Man on the street: What do you do daily to help conserve?
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“I always make sure to turn off the water when I brush my teeth,” said Khalid Smith of Johns Creek. (click for larger version)
Pam Sparkman of Cumming and Reshma Ranija of Johns Creek both recycle glass, plastic and aluminum products. Ranija also manages the recycling program for her building. (click for larger version)
“I bring my own reusable shopping bags when I go shopping at Publix or Kroger,” said Lena Ruban of Johns Creek. (click for larger version)
Nikki Kariminia of Johns Creek unplugs her cellphone and laptop chargers every night. (click for larger version)
Kathryn Paxton of Roswell runs a miniature farm where she harvests chicken eggs. (click for larger version)
Lena Chu of Johns Creek has been a member of the green school club for three years. “It’s a great school club where we collect recycling from all the teachers’ classrooms and plant greenery around the school.” (click for larger version)
Sae Hae Jeong of Alpharetta tends to her own garden. “I grow squash, tomatoes and have recently started growing cucumbers.” (click for larger version)
“I spend a lot of time outdoors and hiking, and even though I make sure to never litter, I always pick up trash that I see on the trails,” said Bailey Dickinson of Johns Creek.
“I reuse my water bottle for an entire week or two before I recycle it,” said Matthew Misenheimer of Johns Creek.
April 17, 2013
As Earth Day approaches, April 22, we wanted to know what people in our community do to "Go Green?" What do you do daily to help conserve?