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LOS ANGELES - So you're a renter and you want to green your space, but your landlord won't splurge on solar panels.  Don't fret. There are plenty of low-cost ways for apartment dwellers to be eco-friendly.

You can be a green tenant by unplugging appliances or using chemical-free products. It's as easy as fixing leaky faucets or installing window treatments to conserve heat in the winter and to keep your place cool in the summer without cranking up the air conditioning.

"There's a myth that there isn't a lot that renters can do," said Paula Cino, director of Energy and Environmental Policy with the National Multi Housing Council. "Our individual behavior has a huge impact on sustainability. The resident has a lot of opportunity to make big differences themselves without any input from the landlord whatsoever."
Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2010/08/19/2969356/renters-can-do-plenty-to-make.html#ixzz0xGdTju1J

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