Oil Conservation

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Oil Conservation

By | August 2010
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Making oil conservation a way of life is in truth a very simple concept. The simplest way to do this is to cut down on your use of cars. Bike, walk, rollerblade, skateboard, or run to your destination. Not only does it conserve oil but it gives you exercise as well. Another way to make oil conservation a part of life is to choose materials other than plastic which uses crude oil for household items; you should also use cloth or paper bags instead of plastic bags when shopping. One very simple way to conserve oil is to use a push lawn mower as opposed to a gas using one that uses up oil inn a way which is very easily avoidable. While we're on the topic of gardening studies show that chemical fertilizers use fossil fuels in the process of making the fertilizer. Therefore one way to not use oil is to use organic fertilizer which includes the basic household foods of fruit peels, bread crusts, and coffee grinds. I hope now that it is clear that making oil conservation a way of life is simple and that by doing even one of these suggestions you will be preserving one of the earths most precious and diminishing commodities.  Hi ankur, oil(petroleum) is one of the commercial fuel and we get it from lithosphere(soil).For the formation, from the buried ocean creatures and land animals due to natural catastrophes require millions of years.therefore, once we extract the oil from such deposits, amount is depleted and we have to wait another thousands of years for its formation.therefore it is called non renewable resource.And due to the industrialization,large usage of automobiles,our oil resources exist all over the old are depleting at faster rate.And oil and petroleum exporting countries are dominating and they determine the price of oil in the world market.Mostly developing countries like India and China need more oil to meet out their large demand(for production of electricity ;transport sector )as a result, more money is spent by them for importing fuel from countries...