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Residential Waste Collection: 3Tips on Filling a Skip Bin

18 December 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

The management of waste in the residential environment should be efficient. This will limit the accumulation of rubbish and subsequent littering of the property. In addition, some forms of organic waste will rot over time, providing a habitat for pests and insects. This will lower the general hygiene of the space and can contribute to spread of contagious diseases. If you are thinking about improving or streamlining your waste management plans, you should consider engaging a skip bin company. Read More …

Types and Benefits of Cooling Towers

16 December 2015
 Categories: , Blog

Few people have heard about cooling towers, and even fewer people actually value their role in the industrial world. Their main function is far more important than it is credited for. In few words, a cooling tower is responsible for reducing the temperature of the water that is used by a company's other machines. But, why is this system important to the people working in this industry and why should they know about it? Read More …

Considerations When Hiring Cheap Skip Bins

14 December 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Whether embarking on renovations on your property or perhaps a complete spring clean on your residence, one of the most convenient items to incorporate for waste disposal is cheap skip bins. These receptacles provide an easy alternative for waste management, as you can fill them up as you proceed with your project. Additionally, some companies can hire out these cheap skip bins over a period of time. This means you do not have to worry about the waste staying on your property, as the skips can be emptied and returned until your project is finished. Read More …

Regenerating your land after invasion by cats

8 December 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

The Australian bush, while relatively hardy, can be undone by introduced species. Cats, in particular, have a disastrous impact on native flora and fauna by hunting native birds and animals, eating an estimated 75 million creatures each night. Taking these creatures out of the delicately balanced system can send other species into overdrive and limit the propagation of native flora that relies on being consumed and released as droppings to spread. Read More …

Do You Need a Carbon Dioxide Detector in Your Convenience Store?

24 November 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Do you have a soda machine in your convenience store? If yes, you may need to install a carbon dioxide detector/monitor within the store. This article discusses why you may need this device. Carbon Dioxide and Soda Carbonated drinks (such as soda) are made by passing carbon dioxide gas through water. This carbonation process is what makes soda fizzy. The carbon dioxide easily dissolves in the soda mixture. When you open the soda can or bottle, bubbles of the gas escape into the atmosphere. Read More …

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As a keen environmentalist and nature-lover, I've started this blog to help people understand the impact they might be having on the world around them. I'll be taking about your energy usage and how to reduce it, your recycling habits and how to improve them and the things that affect your carbon footprint the most--as well as giving tips on sustainable living and how to make better eco-friendly choices. Helping to save the planet needn't be difficult, expensive or boring. With a little effort, you can affect real change on our planet--so why don't you learn something new here now, and start today?