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Ty Pennington Shares Eco-Friendly Home Tips

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ty03.jpgWhile everyone seems to be going green these days, any fan of Extreme Makeover Home Edition (yes I confess!) knows that Ty Pennington is no stranger to going green on the show. However, he stopped by Good Morning America to share some basics of his green know how in a simple and tangible way.

A few highlights include: use sustainable materials (like bamboo); switch out the light bulb (if 1 million households changed four light bulbs each, then 900,000 tons of greenhouse gases would be eliminated); think outside the house (everything from grapevines to solar panels can have an impact); talk to your kids (one in seven children blames his or her parents at least partly for global warming).

Ty was also speaking about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Awareness Day where he will be hosting hosting the ninth annual ADHD Experts on Call event on Wednesday, September 19.
Check out the full article for more detailed tips and grab your tissues for the 2 hour premiere of Season 5 of Extreme Makeover Home Edition from Hawaii on Sunday September 30.

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