The Ultimate Saving Money by Going Green Quiz
by Staff
Is going green more expensive? It depends on how you look at it. Though organic foods and state-of -the-art solar heating systems can be expensive, old-fashioned solutions like making your own cleaning products or hanging your laundry on a clothesline outdoors are definitely not.

To save energy, wash your clothes in _____ water.

  • hot
  • lukewarm
  • cold

Why is buying locally grown produce a green choice?

  • It doesn't have to be shipped from far away.
  • It tastes better.
  • It looks better.

Which type of water bottles are best for the environment?

  • reusable
  • disposable
  • convertible

Which of the following baking ingredients can be used for greener, cheaper household cleaning?

  • flour
  • baking soda
  • sugar

Older model cars tend to use more _____ than newer models.

  • gasoline
  • water
  • windshield wiper fluid

How can you change your driving habits to stop wasting fuel?

  • Drive at lower speeds.
  • Don't use the radio.
  • Don't stop at traffic lights.

Which of the following stores offer previously-owned goods and products for sale?

  • thrift stores
  • consignment shops
  • both of the above

What steps can you take to reduce the number of CDs and DVDs that end up in landfills?

  • Rent your CDs and DVDs online.
  • Throw your old CDs and DVDs into the backyard.
  • Burn your old CDs and DVDs.

What's a great way to save money on your gas expenses and go green at the same time?

  • Walk or ride a bike to work.
  • Use a discount gas station.
  • Fill up in a neighboring state where gas is cheaper.

A great way to save money on your household utility bill is to hang your wet laundry on:

  • a towel rack
  • a clothesline
  • the back of a chair