What are some sustainable adjustments for your Bunbury property?

By Kevin Kelly

As sustainability sweeps the nation, now could be a great time to take a look at your own real estate in Bunbury and make some adjustments. Not only does this help to cut down on waste and other harmful byproducts to the environment, but it could also end up saving you money in the long term as well. 

For example, replacing all your light bulbs with eco-friendly alternatives can reduce the amount of energy being used in your home, giving you peace of mind as well as contributing to a lower energy bill overall. 

Something else worth looking into could be the creation of a vegetable patch in your garden. Cutting down the amount of bags you get from the grocery store by growing your own produce is another small, indirect way of contributing to a cleaner, greener Australia. 

Fix leaking faucets and pipes in order to reduce the amount of waste being created in your house. Doing this will also eliminate any incidental water costs from these problems. These and many more simple solutions can do wonders for your Bunbury home and allow you and your family to embrace a more sustainable future. 

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