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Jan 31

Know About Non-Ferrous Metal Recycling

There are plenty of non-ferrous metals available in nature. Aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, zinc, chromium, titanium, cobalt and other non-ferrous metals are some of the few such metals which don’t decay or lose their physical and chemical characteristics even after getting recycled. Therefore, these metals feature the capability to be recycled as many times …

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Mar 10

Infographic: How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans

The ocean is the most beautiful, abundant and diverse ecosystem on the planet, however every day it is being attacked from natural and manmade pollution. Every year over 8 million tons of plastic is being dumped into the ocean causing untold damage to marine life, plants and habitats. Did you know that is takes roughly …

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Nov 27

Funny and Freaky Facts About What’s In Your Water

Water is not simply a substance we consume, it’s a complex structure that sustains and houses life on many levels. From the bacteria and algae that call it home, to the minerals and additives that help or harm us, water is the primary building block for human health and all life on earth.   Following …

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Jul 03

Going Green With Your Roof

For the last few years the green roof industry has been steadily growing. This is partly because of organizations such as Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) which promote the various benefits of having a green roof or a living roof as it is also known. Green roofs not only benefit the environment, they are …

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