Greta Thunberg’s Dumpster Of A Tesla and Other Climate Survival Tips will help you save the environment and your water in case of emergency. If you’re interested in saving money, which is humanly possible, one of the best things that you can do now is to move away from your water-conserving “diet” of bottled water or city water. Investing in a better, cheaper water storage system will also save you money for other essentials in life.
For instance, did you know that it is cheaper – about ten cents on the dollar – to use an old, empty garbage can for your trash than it is to buy a new, recyclable dumpster? New garbage disposals are often very expensive and they take weeks to arrive. You could also have to pay someone to come out and haul away your old garbage can when you aren’t around. What makes the old garbage can so much better than the new one?
A garbage can is also very expensive to rent or buy. When you use an old garbage can, it is considered “green recycling.” That is, you are using recycled materials to make something new. The most common material recycled with this technique is plastic bottles. Greta Thunberg, author of Dumpster of a Tesla, explains that you can recycle anything – including plastic bottles – in this kind of container and you don’t have to pay for the recycled version.
One more thing that we’re talking about in Dumpster of a Tesla is water conservation. If everyone in your neighborhood were to use rain barrels instead of their water tanks, we could save up to 20% of our normal water consumption every day! It might not seem like much. However, consider how much you waste water when you flush the toilet, take a shower, wash the dishes, wash the hair, etc. Each of these activities takes up at least a quart of water. When all of these things are taken into account, it’s easy to see how much water you waste at home each day.
What’s more, when you’re able to use rainwater to save on your water bill, you will be able to help save the environment as well. As Thunberg points out, “There is absolutely no doubt that climate change is one of the most important issues of our time. And if we don’t start saving our water sources, we are doomed.” If you’re reading this article, chances are that you’re worried about climate change or global warming, and you probably want to do something – anything – to save our planet.
It seems that everyone these days wants to save the earth from a catastrophic drought, massive storms, or heat waves. But when you’re thirsty, you don’t want to drink polluted water – and you certainly don’t want to swim in dirty water, either. So, while everyone is busy trying to figure out how to save the earth, you can be doing something (anyone can do this) to cut down on your water usage in half. How?
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel, or go on a major conservation project. You can just buy a better (water-saving) toilet, start taking smaller showers and baths, and reduce the amount of time you cook with the oven. And just think: eventually, you may even be able to eliminate your water bill entirely! That’s right.
Imagine what it would be like to live in a world where every appliance you use reduces your carbon footprint and improves the environment. If you’re a man or woman, that can be a life changing experience! So what are you waiting for? Start saving money now!