What Causes Green Stools in Kids?

Although the sight of green stools may be alarming, they do not usually indicate a serious intestinal problem, explains Dr. Michael Picco of the Mayo Clinic. Most cases of green stools in kids are temporary.

Sandra Ketcham
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Septic Systems & Fruit Trees

Some homes use septic systems instead of being connected to a city sewer system. Septic systems include a tank that stores the waste from your home. Bacteria within the tank break the contents down, partially treating them, and some of the resulting components transfer through a pipe to a drain field or leach field.

Suzanne S. Wiley
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Alternatives to Septic Tank Systems

Conventional septic systems involve buried tanks that release wastewater and sewage into sand and gravel drain fields. Most of the 25 percent of American homes using on-site sewage treatment employ this method, according to Wellowner.org.

D.M. Gutierrez
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Positive Effects on the Environment From Going Green

The green living movement encourages people to live in a more environmentally friendly way, and there are a number of different ways to "go green." While most people are aware that going green is good for the Earth, they may not fully understand the extent of its impact.

Rebecca Lake
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The Definition of "Go Green"

"Go Green" is a widely used term that can mean something different to everyone. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Nation defines going green as simply taking steps to "conserve energy, reduce pollution and save money."

Amanda Davis
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Effective Ways of Recycling & Reducing Non-Biodegradable Waste

Turning biodegradable waste such as food scraps and yard trimmings into compost or recycling them through your local yard waste collection facility, eliminates a large portion of any household or business’s waste stream. However, the bulk of waste does not biodegrade quickly or ever.

Erica Leigh
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