I am always on the lookout for information that may be useful to you and your family. I recently came across a great set of tips on organizing your home the environmentally-friendly way. As a real estate agent I know that most homeowners, myself included, can benefit from tips on organization—and learning how to do it the green way is even better! I hope you find these tips as useful as I did, and I would like to remind you that I am always available should you need the professional advice or services of a real estate agent. Thank you for your business and continued support.


Gregory Swiatek

Mob: 0414 260 457




Whether it’s that junk drawer in the kitchen or a garage full of stuff we’ve been collecting for years, we all have a space in our homes that could use a de-clutter.

Here are a few great tips to clear out that messy space, and be environmentally-friendly at the same time!

  • Be sure you dispose of harmful products and chemical properly. Whether it is leftover paint or dead batteries, making sure that they don’t end up in our landfills can make a huge difference. Taking them all in one trip to a disposal facility will also make the job easier.
  • Donate unwanted clothes and household items. This is a great way to reduce the number of items we add to our landfills, and is also an excellent way to contribute to a local charity.
  • Have a garage sale or sell items online. This is another great way to find a new home for your unwanted items, and will make you “greener” in more ways than one!
  • Fix broken items. Rather than replacing broken items such as tools or appliances by purchasing new ones, consider fixing them instead.
  • Find a new purpose for items. Whether it is craft supplies for the kids, or getting creative yourself, there are lots of ways you can find a use for most of your forgotten but once loved items.
  • Use green cleaning products. Once you have all the clutter out of the way, be sure that you use environmentally-friendly cleaning products. Also be sure to store your newly organized items in recycled storage containers.
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