OnePlus turns 2 - Letter to the community

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  1. V3ctor
    Eclair Dec 17, 2015

  2. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Dec 17, 2015

    camohan , Dec 17, 2015 :
    Clean Water
    • Use less fertilizer on your lawn. When it rains, excess fertilizer runs off into storm sewers and pollutes streams.
    • Never pour anything – especially waste oil or leftover lawn chemicals – into a storm drain. It will end up in the nearest stream.
    • Don’t trash our streams. Volunteer groups sponsoring annual cleanups find everything from old tires to old appliances in our waterways.
    • Water your lawn in the early morning, when the water will soak in and not evaporate in the heat of the day.
    • Don’t water more than once a week, and then only if it hasn't rained. Established lawns need only one inch of water a week.
    • Don’t water the sidewalk - it won’t grow. Set your sprinkler to keep the water on the lawn.
    • Mulch around your landscaping. A three-inch layer of mulch holds moisture and prevents evaporation, reducing the need to water.
    • Use a bucket when you wash the car, instead of the hose. Letting the water run while you work costs money and wastes water. Only use the hose to rinse.
    • Sweep your driveway and sidewalk instead of cleaning them up by spraying with the hose.
    • Don’t do the dishes until you have a full load. Your dishwasher uses 12 gallons of water whether it’s full or half-empty.
    • Wash a full load of laundry. Your washing machine uses 40 gallons of water. Run it full, or adjust the water level to the size of your load.
    • Don’t let the water run while you shave or brush your teeth. Turn it on only when you need it. Every minute the faucet runs, five gallons of water go down the drain.
    • Take a shorter shower. And switch to a low-flow shower head.
    • Repair leaky faucets and toilets. You can tell if the toilet leaks by putting food coloring in the tank. If color shows up in the bowl without flushing, there’s a leak.
    • Install faucet aerators. You can cut your water usage by up to six percent.

  3. JoaoMota
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 17, 2015

  4. rphlfjrd
    Lollipop Dec 17, 2015

    rphlfjrd , Dec 17, 2015 :
    Cuz morning jog. :p Shave some fat away before Christmas Eve.

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  5. Plenkske
    Lollipop Assistant Head Moderator Dec 17, 2015

    Plenkske , Dec 17, 2015 :
    Its all fine.
    She is using a HTC Desire 610 now. Still works 'okay' ...
    Replaced the battery a few weeks ago (had to unscrew etc. but was pretty easy). Makes a pretty good difference :)

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  6. stanyslas2
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 17, 2015

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  7. Nicolas913
    Donut Dec 17, 2015

  8. Techder
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 17, 2015

    Techder , Dec 17, 2015 :
    Hope to see your guys growing and give some impressed product

    Never settle :cool:

    Sander de vries

  9. bsumanthp
    Honeycomb Dec 17, 2015

  10. azoozakk
    Donut Dec 17, 2015

    azoozakk , Dec 17, 2015 :
    never mind, let's try for the 2000

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  11. IlCieco
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 17, 2015

    IlCieco , Dec 17, 2015 :

  12. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Dec 17, 2015

    camohan , Dec 17, 2015 :
    Clean Land
    • Recycle. If your community does not offer a recycling program, ask local officials to start one.
    • Don’t put hazardous materials in the trash. Save paints, pesticides, lawn chemicals, car batteries, waste oil and similar materials for your local household hazardous waste collection day
    • Turn in your mercury thermometer and replace it with a digital one. Mercury is a persistent pollutant that moves up the food chain and can cause serious health problems. Never vacuum spilled mercury. If you have mercury in your home, call Ohio EPA (614-644-3469) to find out how to get rid of it safely.
    • Don’t buy more than you need. When it comes to lawn chemicals, pesticides, paints and other hazardous materials, buy a smaller package so you won’t have leftovers to dispose of.
    • Paper or plastic? Better yet, take a canvas bag to the grocery and re-use it each time you shop.
    • Use both sides of the paper. Set your copier to make double-sided copies and you’ll substantially reduce your paper use.
    • Use rechargeable batteries. Many batteries contain metals that are better kept out of landfills.
    • Give it away, don’t throw it away. Many charitable organizations accept donations of wearable clothing and gently used household items.

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  13. Deepak.Si
    KitKat Dec 17, 2015

    Deepak.Si , Dec 17, 2015 :
    it jumped 49p to 53 in one refresh[​IMG]

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  14. JoaoMota
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 17, 2015

  15. narceoneplus2
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 17, 2015

  16. camohan
    Marshmallow Moderator Dec 17, 2015

    camohan , Dec 17, 2015 :
    Dont lol thats important for protecting the environment

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  17. Tq0eHIQdn0
    Cupcake Dec 17, 2015

  18. Tobikage
    Nougat Dec 17, 2015

    Tobikage , Dec 17, 2015 :
    HTC has just lost their way sadly...

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  19. stullemitmett
    Froyo Dec 17, 2015

  20. TaskerLover
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 17, 2015

    TaskerLover , Dec 17, 2015 :
    Nice one.