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While it might be confusing as to why a PEA badge for Nest exists, but bear in mind that some aspects that can be taken for granted with even a small yard may serve as a major hurdle to those with no yard, porch, or patio. A few adjustments have been made to open the door up a bit more for those who find themselves unable to currently complete the Nest for PEP.

Sand

Do laundry by hand and air dry
Wash dishes without a dishwasher
Clean a bathroom
Clean a kitchen

Complete 8 of:
- install and indoor clothesline or clothing rack
- clean an oily dish without soap
- wipe down three windows with condensation (to prevent mold)
- clean an area rug
- sweep floor
- set up a rag system
- make rags from old clothes
- set up a cloth napkin system
- set up a system for collecting burnables
- unclog a sink with a zip tool
- set up a system for dealing with wood ash
- set up a charcoal collection system
- run a self cleaning oven
- grease hinges
- oil wooden kitchen utensils
- shovel snow from a walk
- sand on ice
Complete 2 of:
- wash vehicle exterior
- clean vehicle interior
- set up a recycling system
- manually clean an oven
- install a dehumidifier that will drain into a greywater drain or other drain
- set up an elaborate clothes line
- clean four windows - inside and out
- deep clean the interior of a refrigerator
- deep clean the interior of a freezer
- deep clean the exterior of a refrigerator
- deep clean the exterior of the washer and dryer
- deep clean the exterior of the stove/oven

Straw

Under Construction

Wood

Under construction

Iron

Under construction
 
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