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Bill Nye discusses the environmental impact everyone makes on the planet just be being a consumer. Each episode focuses on a group of products most people buy, usually sorted by the room in your house you would buy them for.
|S01E02||Bathroom||00/00/0000||Sludge, sewers, showers, and soap all have an environmental impact. Bill Nye investigates the impact of waste removal and offers tips for lavatory energy savings.|
|S01E03||Kitchen||00/00/0000||The effects of aluminum, food waste, grocery bags, and more things you use in the kitchen on the environment.|
|S01E04||Bedroom||00/00/0000||Bill Nye exposes the truth about the environmental impact of the bedroom.|
|S01E05||Office||00/00/0000||Bill goes undercover at the office to reveal the surprising facts behind where all the stuff in your office comes from, and where it all goes when you're done with it?|
|S01E06||Attic||00/00/0000||Stuff happens even in the attic. Bill Nye targets insulations, mothballs, and more.|
|S01E07||Closet||00/00/0000||Whether or not you've cleaned out your own closet lately, Bill Nye has some surprising news about the environmental consequences of some items you're sure to find inside.|
|S01E08||Backyard||00/00/0000||Keeping your garden green may not be keeping your garden green. Bill Nye takes a simple color and show how it translates into a hefty environmental impact.|
|S01E09||Beach||00/00/0000||While the beach may seem to be a green experience, beaches are a common destination for litter. Bill Nye identifies the greatest single litter problem and answers many astounding theoretical questions.|
|S01E11||Pets||00/00/0000||Dog food, kitty litter, and poison fishing are all topics to explore as Bill Nye investigates pets' carbon pawprints.|
|S01E12||Sports||00/00/0000||While statistics might suggest that sports are detrimental to the environment (for example, golf courses can use 2,500,000,000 gallons of water in a single day?), there are also new advances making our leisure greener every day.|
|S01E13||Garage||00/00/0000||It's a fact - garages gather clutter. Bill Nye explains how to make garages clean and green.|