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Oct 31

5 Ways Seaweeds are Present in Your Daily Life

Seaweed are important ecological constituents of the oceans. They form the basis of the trophic chain in the oceans, provide shelters for many aquatic animals, filter the oceans waters and release oxygen to the atmosphere. But, what most people don´t know is that seaweeds are often present in our lives too. Here are 5 ways …

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Sep 12

6 Top Tips for an Eco-Friendly Garden

With climate change at the back of everyone’s minds, it’s hard to know where to start when it comes to doing our bit for the environment. There are some obvious solutions such as walking more and spending less time in the shower, but making just a few changes in your garden can make a world of difference. Follow …

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Aug 25

Its Easy Being Green – Transforming Your Home Into an Eco Haven

In the past, we could claim ignorance regarding the negative impact that certain human activities had on the Earth. We didn’t realize the drastic results that burning fossil fuels would have on the environment; we were unaware of how factory farming produced excessive methane which would work towards destroying the ozone layer; we didn’t consider …

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May 24

Key Tips On How To Remove Pests From Your Home Naturally

We have all been there, trying to fall asleep to the sound of a mosquito in your room, finding flies swarming around fruit in your kitchen, or seeing the line of ants running across your living room floor — the household can be a perfect habitat for your family as well as many pests. No …

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May 17

Toxic Flea and Tick Collars Can Cause Serious Illness For You and Your Pet

We see our pets itch and roll onto the floor. The agony they display from intense itching causes us to quickly do something. We run for instant fixes to relieve the itching, assuming that the chemicals used kills and repels ticks, fleas or any unwanted insects without any side effects to us and our families. …

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Jan 17

The Rise of Eco-Friendly Pesticides

The popularity of eco-friendly pesticides is growing among farmers as well as building inspection services in Melbourne and other metropolitan cities across Australia. This has happened mainly due to the rise of public concern about the hazardous risks associated with chemical pesticides as a whole. The U.S Government is currently in the process of re-evaluating …

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Jan 10

Get Rid of Pests with Natural Solutions

One of the reasons many people hate dealing with insect pests in the house is all the chemicals needed to clear up the problem. The bugs are bad enough, but pesticides and other toxins can be a concern all on their own. It’s no wonder that people are more and more looking for natural options …

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Sep 21

Natural Toothpaste for Going Green

Toothpaste is one of those things we don’t normally think about.  We get up, we brush, we floss (or if you’re fancy, your oral irrigator), and we grab a new tube when the last one ran out.  End of story. There might be a bit more to it than that though.  Lately the internet has …

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Dec 30

Top Reasons to Use Professional Services for Rubbish Removal in Sydney

Clearing clutter off your property has far more than just aesthetic benefits. This is actually one of the best things that you can do to prevent pest infestations, limit your environmental impact and make the right impression on your guests. Whether you own a commercial or residential building, following are several benefits that you can …

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Nov 10

5 Helpful Ways to Go Green with Your Pet

Going green with your pet can be a good choice for you, as well as other pet owners out there. But if you need ideas on how to start, Coops and Cages content curator, Jordan Walker, recommends some ways so you can get your plans started. Saving the planet while taking care of your pet …

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Oct 14

What You Need to Know About Pool Chemicals & Your Pets

Even though chemicals have been used in pools for many years, they are not always safe for human or pet use. Some chemicals used in pools, like bromine and chlorine and salt, can even cause extreme skin irritation and inflammation along with dry skin, itchy eyes, and even rashes. If this is the way human …

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Nov 18

Pets at Home: The Greener the Better?

Go green, people! If you have pets at home, you may need to heed this advice for the sake of both of you. Natural products are popular not because they are just considered a fad. In truth, these offer several benefits that include improved health and a better earth. With pets at home, buying green …

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