Your Home is likely Toxic.

Via Walk The Talk Show
on Jun 13, 2017
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Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis:

Your home is likely toxic.

Waylon talks rebuilding in as a green a manner as possible. Reusing and repurposing, double checking that products are environmentally safe to use, and going the distance to research green roofing, green insulation, green everything (but being careful to not end up with a literal green home).

Relephant:

Go Green & Go Home—6 Tips for Sustainable Construction.

Greening Up an Old House.

4 Eco-Friendly Household Decisions to Start the New Year Right.
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