By Guest Blogger-Esteban Saldaña
A surprising amount of pollution starts at home. The car you drive, the household and personal care products you buy, the chemicals and equipment you use to keep your lawn and garden in shape all contribute to water and air pollution. But there are choices you can make that will reduce your environmental footprint.
While you may think of pollution as a global problem, reducing pollution in your household can have more immediate benefits by improving your neighborhood’s environmental health.
That being said, it is still possible to reduce pollution and repair some of the damage caused to the environment. We've created an infographic with 25 Ways You Can Reduce Pollution!
If you're interested in learning more, please visit ConsumerNotice.org.