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May 25

Tips That Will Work Wonders for Your Small Bathroom

Having an extra bathroom in the house is a luxury that most home owners would jump at the chance of. However, more often than not, it is the case that a second bathroom tends to be small and cramped. Owning a small bathroom can result in you playing a constant jigsaw puzzle as you attempt …

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May 14

Going Green & Why Temporary Buildings Make Environmental Sense

The ability of fixed buildings to blend into the surrounding landscape and be green solutions is a challenge that requires some creativity by architects and builders alike. Certainly, there are many ways that a warehouse storage facility, an office or another large structure can be made to be less obvious within the landscape of rural …

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Dec 14

Trends You Need to Know on Green Moving and Storage

In this day and age, people relocate for many different reasons. Sometimes they move their families for new jobs, opportunities, or for better social and economic reasons. Whatever the reasons, moving can cause a huge burden on the environment as moving supplies and transportation can leave a huge carbon footprint on the earth. Fortunately, there …

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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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Oct 26

Environmentally Friendly Storage Ideas for Your Home

Being environmentally friendly is much easier than you may think. In fact, some people think that it is too difficult, but, there are items around your home that can be recycled or reused to help you be eco-friendlier. Environmentally friendly storage is a wonderful way to show everyone that you care about the world around …

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Jul 28

Creating a Greener Business – Is It Possible?

Considering a global survey identified 53% of consumers prefer to purchase products or services from companies with a strong dedication towards environmental issues, it is clear the ideology of sustainability being ineffective cost-wise is a misconception. Realistically, reusing even the simplest of equipment and supplies can provide any business, small or large, with the environmental …

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May 28

An Affordable Way to Create Extra Storage

Living in a small home or apartment can mean having to come up with creative ways of gaining more storage space. This is especially true in small bathrooms, which can feel cramped if you add bulky pieces of furniture. To help solve this problem, there is a great option that can add lots of storage …

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Feb 02

How to Capitalise on Space in a Small Office Space When Renovating

So your small business is thriving, you’re taking on new customers and you have a renovation planned in the works. Unfortunately there is one drawback and that is the size of your workspace. A small workspace can be a blessing at times when it comes to having staff meetings, ensuring that everyone is happy and …

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Nov 13

How To Load Bulk Items In A Storage Container

Since these containers may be travelling hundreds of miles by land or by sea, it’s imperative that they be secure. Therefore, consider getting strong steel shipping containers in Adelaide or other parts of Australia. Find a company that offers general purpose containers, high cube containers, and dangerous goods containers, which work for both non-dangerous and …

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Jan 23

How Science Is Improving Our Impact on the Environment

It is undisputed that technology has contributed to the degradation of the environment. For example, the mining of coal strips the land of natural ecosystems, such as forests. The use of coal and oil for energy and transportation leads to depletion of resources, pollution, and global warming. Inefficient agricultural use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides …

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Dec 13

Latest Construction Software Hopes to Help Firms Hit Green Targets

UK construction firms are under ever-increasing pressure from the government, industry bodies and environmental groups to meet often stringent green targets. Whether during construction projects themselves or simply in the day-to-day running and administration of their businesses, they are asked to reduce carbon emissions, minimise resource depletion and run their businesses in as environmentally friendly …

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Sep 16

The Future of Cleaner Energy Sources

As global warming becomes more of a concern, the country is focusing on ways to meet our energy needs in an environmentally friendly way. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) separates energy production into two major classes. The first is Conventional Power, which includes the combustion of fossil fuels (such as coal and natural gas) as …

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