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Feb 23

How To Recycle Water In Your Self-Build

One of the biggest waste products from a house is water and while some of this cannot be used for anything else for obvious reasons, there are a surprising number of ways that your water can be recycled.  Such schemes are already being advertised to supermarkets and other large businesses but how can self-build homes …

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Jan 26

Energy Storage Systems Revitalize the Renewable Movement

Energy storage has been a fundamental part of the power grid since it was invented. It allows us to keep our power on when demand is greater than supply, and helps to moderate issues like power surges and storms. It only makes sense that these storage systems would have to be part of our power …

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Dec 23

Amazing Home Remedies for Nosebleed

Nosebleed is simply the bleeding through blood vessels in the nose. This is usually very common due to many blood vessels in the nose. It is medically known as epistaxes and is commonly caused by the drying of the nose, picking the nose, frequent blowing of the nose, chemical irritation, high altitude, excessive heat, hormonal …

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Dec 16

Steps To Better Your Diet Plan Thereby Decreasing Your Appetite

During your journey toward improved health and weight loss, you will find that perhaps you might need as many options as possible to help with decreasing your appetite, especially in those early phases of the HCG diet when you start to cut down on portion sizes in order to curtail calorie intake.  However, there is …

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Sep 02

8 Energy Tips for Storage Tank Water Heaters

If you have an older home and you haven’t replaced your water heater recently, there’s a chance you may still have a storage tank water heater. These water heaters with large water reservoirs typically consume more energy than their modern counterparts that are built to conserve. That said, there are still some things you can …

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Aug 25

15 Ways to Go Green and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Going green, reducing your carbon footprint, and maybe even saving a bit of money while we do all of that sounds magical. If you want to lighten your carbon footprint and live a greener and more environmentally conscious lifestyle; this post if for you. We are going to cover 15 actionable ways you can go …

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Aug 15

These Tools & Equipment Can Make Your Cleaning Tasks a Breeze

If you are like most people, cleaning is not your favorite task in the world. If you want to make the task easier, there certain tools and equipment that you should have. Some of these items can cut your cleaning time in half. Others can get an area clean when nothing else is working. Hard …

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Aug 09

After Going Green: Promoting Your Business’s New Image

You have taken some important steps to make your business greener. You understand the benefits of a green business and can’t wait to experience them. However, you know that one of the bonuses is having your customers know all about your practices. Many of them will appreciate that you try to run your business in …

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Aug 08

6 Ways You Can Help Improve Water Quality

We can all help to keep the quality of our water high if we remember to follow a few simple steps. With it being Water Quality Month this month, we thought we’d look at what we can do to make sure we’re not the ones causing pollution. Take unused medicines back to the pharmacy When …

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Aug 08

Getting Rid of Weeds – Garden Maintenance For Homeowners

There is nothing worse than weeds that can wreck your garden. They are uninvited guests that rob nutrients from plants. Getting rid of them as soon as they appear will pay off in the long run. And moreover, it is believed that weeding can be a therapeutic activity. Enough has been said about avoiding the …

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Jul 22

12 Tips for Combating Climate Change in the City

Worried about the environment? Concerned about climate change? These are huge issues. What can a one person do? A lot. Take action to tackle environmental problems and reduce dependence on fossil fuels, even if you’re on the 12th floor of a city high rise. Many small steps from many people add up. Water, Water Everywhere …

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Jul 22

Why We Should All Switch From Lawns to Gardens

Lawns are pretty. However, that’s about all they are — pretty. There isn’t too much else they’re good at. There are few species that can use lawns, except for a few bugs and, of course, people. So why do people have them? To be honest, the only real reason people have lawns is because it’s …

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