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May 09

The Benefits of Chemical-Free Damp Proofing Solutions

Dampness is the most common problem which badly affects older properties. The reason might be that their infrastructure is dated or due to the failure of the existing damp proofing systems. But nowadays you have various processed engineering which protects the outer phase of your home. They are secure enough to assist in waterproofing, crack …

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Mar 14

Is it Worth Fighting With Weeds in Your Garden?

Who doesn’t love clean garden free of weeds? Weeds are troublesome, they give you a headache. They invade the land and suck up the water and extra nutrients from the soil leaving your healthy plant vulnerable to decay. Sometimes it is difficult to figure out between a healthy plant and a weed. And while you …

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Feb 12

3 Deadly Secrets About Chemical Cleaners That You Need to Know

Adverts portray household cleaners as totally safe to use; but the reality is actually more sinister than you would expect. While these chemical cleaners are useful in sanitizing, degreasing, washing, and whitening our surfaces and clothes, they also contain 3 chemicals that are harmful to our water and air because they contribute to smog, reduce …

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Dec 20

How Chemical Companies Can Reduce Environmental Impact

As most manufacturing companies will know, achieving optimum delivery whilst minimising risk to the environment is something that requires a lot of forethought and planning; if not out of concern for the surroundings of others, then for your brand’s image and reputation. Being environmentally responsible or conscious is no longer a bonus or a status …

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Dec 09

3 Ways Industrial Plants and Manufacturers are Going Green

For a long time, big factories, plants and manufacturers were some of the biggest contributors of environmental pollution in the world. This remains true to a certain extent today. However, now most manufacturers and factory owners showcase a desire to go green. There are several reasons for this. For starters, a company that doesn’t care …

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Mar 14

The Lowdown on 5 Best Water Filters

The need for a home or office water filters has been an age old debate, with some people deciding to leave the fate if their drinking water on the hands of the government, while others claiming that water filters are nothing more than lifestyle products that are being marketed as a necessity. The problem is …

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Jan 06

Four Eco-Friendly Ways To Improve Air Quality In Your Home

Having clean air in their home is important to most homeowners, and can help reduce allergens and other harmful debris that can damage your health. Getting clean air can be simple and eco-friendly, so you don’t have to worry about damaging the environment while you’re trying to help your health. We’ve found four environmentally friendly …

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Dec 23

Green Resolutions for 2016

Get 2016 off to a good start by setting yourself some green resolutions. Whether you are a seasoned eco living expert or you are just getting started, setting some resolutions can be useful. They can help keep you motivated to do your bit and enable you to achieve your green living goals in 2016. Here are some great …

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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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Jan 29

How to Make Sure Your Fish Are Eco-Friendly

If you love tropical fish, but aren’t sure about the cost that running the tank, then it’s enough to put you off keeping them altogether. However, with a little research and careful planning, you’ll be able to keep your tropical fish in an eco-friendly way.   Energy Usage As with everything, the bigger it is, …

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Jan 28

Do You Have a Bed Bug Infestation?

Although unpleasant to talk about, bed bug infestations are on the rise. Increased international travel, bug resistance to pesticides and bans on the most dangerous pesticides are all factors to this ever growing concern. With this in mind, it’s important to know what bed bugs are, signs of infestation and when to call a bed …

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Jan 28

Kid Safe Green Cleaning

Getting kids involved in cleaning and chores is a great way to help them to become responsible adults. However many cleaning products, even the green ones, have chemicals in them that we do not want our children to be playing with. How can we teach them to clean safely and effectively? Here are three kid …

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