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Finding ways to "green up" you act can be easier than you think. It doesn't always take drastic measures or expensive alterations. Just looking at some of the little things you do when RVing or camping can get you thinking about some big ideas of your own.

The Gymnastix Factory
(412) 888-4756
1044 Thompson Run Road
West Mifflin, PA
 
Reading Royals Professional Hockey Club
(610) 898-7825
P.O. Box 1216
Reading, PA

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Levittown Warriors Semi-Pro Football
(215) 498-3839
3640 Genesee Dr
Philadelphia, PA
 
Greencastle Greens Golf Club, Inc.
(717) 597-1188
2000 Castle Drive
Greencastle, PA
 
Lehigh Valley IronPigs
(610) 841-7447
1050 IronPigs Way
Allentown, PA

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Putt U Miniature Golf
(610) 798-9800
5200 Route 309
Center Valley, PA

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Elite Martial Arts Academy
(717) 633-5557
218 E Chestnut St
Hanover, PA
 
The Resort At Split Rock - H2Oooohh! Indoor Waterpark
(570) 722-9111; (888) 802-2348
P.O. Box 567
Lake Harmony, PA

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SteelFitness
(610) 625-2717
15 West Second Street
Bethlehem, PA

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all or nothing mixed martial arts
(724) 797-6075
2580 constitution blvd
beaver falls, PA
 
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Woodall's Camping Life Green Tip #2

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Finding ways to "green up" you act can be easier than you think. It doesn't always take drastic measures or expensive alterations. Just looking at some of the little things you do when RVing or camping can get you thinking about some big ideas of your own. Here are some suggestions to get you started:

Turn down the thermostat in your trailer or motorhome and use more or thicker blankets, you’ll burn a lot less propane and still be snug.

Use organic cleaning products such a vinegar, borax or baking soda instead of harsh chemical cleaners.

Save plastic grocery store bags and re-use them as trashcan liners for your under-the-counter coach trashcans. They make excellent pet waste collection bags, too.

Take "Navy" showers, turning the water off after an initial pre-wash rinse, and only turning it back on for the final rinse after washing up.

Do the same when brushing teeth. Only run the water to get started and to clean up when finished, but not during brushing.

Replace or convert as many incandescent light fixtures and bulbs as possible over to compact fluorescent lights (CFLs)...

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