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Oneonta, NY, is located at the northern foothills of the Catskills. Usually dubbed the “City of Hills,” this city is located outside of Albany. The 14,000 residents consist primarily of young adults, many who attend one of the two colleges located here – the State University of New York at Oneonta and Hartwick College.
Oneonta is most definitely a college town. There are many things to do that range from hiking through the Delaware Otego Audubon Sanctuary and the Joseph L. Popp, Jr. Butterfly Conservatory to spending time shopping at The Green Toad Bookstore or sipping some wine at Bear Pond Winery. While everyone has his or her own preference on what to do with down time, the residents of Oneonta can agree on one thing: progressive views on taking care of the environment.
Recycling is important. The Ostego County Solid Waste department makes it easy for you to understand what you can recycle, which bin to use, when to recycle, and even provide a calendar service that sends you reminders! You cannot make recycling anymore easier than that! But, recycling isn’t the only thing Oneonta residents can do to make an impact on the environment.
Check out these top tips for making a positive impact on the environment:
- When you need to buy a product, consider purchasing used. Depending on the item, you can shop consignment, thrift stores, garage/yard sales, or flea markets to find what you are looking for. Online services such as Craigslist or OfferUp can be useful, too.
- Just as you can purchase used products from someone else, you can also sell or donate yours. Do not just throw away perfectly usable products. This creates way too much waste. Your item may be something that someone else has been searching for!
- Reduce your consumption of resources. To conserve electricity, make sure you unplug electronics that you are not using (this includes computer and cell phone charges, too). Even though it may be minimal, leaving these items plugged in still generates electricity. Make sure you turn off lights as you leave a room and, whenever possible, use natural sunlight instead.
- Another valuable resource you will want to conserve is water. This is a precious resource that we tend to take advantage of. When brushing your teeth, turn the water off. Wash dishes in the dishwasher. Only wash a full load of clothes or use the appropriate level of water setting. Do not leave the hose running outdoors and be conscientious of what time of day you water your lawn and how much water you are using. Consider setting up a rain barrel to collect for lawn and garden watering. Also, artificial turf can greatly reduce water consumption. This artificial grass requires no watering or maintenance and it always remains green and beautiful.
- Change your transportation if possible. When the weather is nice, use bicycles or skateboard, or even walk! Public transportation is also an option, as is carpooling. If you must drive, try grouping your errands together to reduce the number of miles you need to run the automobile.
- Whenever possible, buy local products. Supporting local businesses can benefit your community in many ways.
- Ditch plastic water bottles and Styrofoam coffee cups. Instead, purchase a reusable water bottle and/or coffee mug. This cuts down on a lot of waste. Think about it – purchasing one cup of coffee each day and drinking only one bottle of water per day (most drink more) can create 730 cups/bottles thrown away each year.
“I have always been a DIY type of guy, so doing it by myself was the only way to go. Jake walked me through the step by step process and gave me the best overall advice … Now my yard looks absolutely amazing and I never have to worry about mowing again!” – Tyler
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The residents of Oneonta, NY are aware that we only have one planet and we need to take care of it. The progressive and environmentally friendly way of thinking from this primarily college town can set an example for many others.
To reduce water usage and make a vivid illustration for others, consider artificial turf. Call us today and we can show you just how significant its impact can be.