Green Home Improvement Products Salisbury MD

As interest in the environment grows, it's hard to turn on the television without seeing a story that offers advice on how consumers can go green. But while it's true that every little bit helps, there are no quick fixes on the road to sustainability. This is especially true in home building in Salisbury.

Newland Park Landfill
(410) 548-4935
Brick Kiln Road
Salisbury, MD

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Worcester County Government Recycling Center
(410) 632-3177
7091 Central Site Lane
Newark, MD

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Berlin Recycling Center
(410) 641-3199
909 Boundary St
Salisbury, MD
 
Chesapeake Waste Industries
(410) 742-0099
410 W Railroad Ave
Salisbury, MD
 
Anderson'S Recycling Inc
(302) 846-3316
9320 Old Racetrack Rd
Delmar, DE
 
Holly Community Drop Off Site
(443) 260-0822
1303 Old Ocean City Road
Salisbury, MD

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Delmarva Recycling Inc
(410) 546-1111
909 Boundary St
Salisbury, MD
 
Eagle Recycling
(410) 677-3777
510 West Rd
Salisbury, MD
 
Allied Waste Services Of The Eastern Shore
(410) 742-8246
9140 Ocean Hwy
Delmar, MD
 
Recycled Books Inc
(302) 846-2822
8723 Waller Rd
Delmar, DE
 
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As interest in the environment grows, it’s hard to turn on the television without seeing a story that offers advice on how consumers can go green. But while it’s true that every little bit helps, there are no quick fixes on the road to sustainability. This is especially true in home building.

Loading up your houses with green building products won’t mean much if other (more important) elements of sustainability are ignored. So, if your homes are not thoughtfully designed or do not follow building science principles, no amount of green products will help you or your buyers.

But the right products can help you follow through once you’ve started building green. Assuming you adhere to the important elements of sustainable building, you will want to specify the right items, such as fixtures that save water, materials made with recycled content, and appliances that sip, rather than gulp, energy.

On the following pages are 13 products that will make a difference. Check out items such as soybean-based foam insulation, tankless water heaters that save energy and help provide better indoor air quality, and tiles made from reconstituted leather scraps. The products you choose can make a big difference between seriously green and so-so green.

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Top Off: EcoTop composite countertop surfacing is made from 50 percent bamboo fiber and 50 percent recycled wood fiber salvaged from demolition sites.

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