Water is a precious commodity that should be conserved at every turn. Unfortunately, a lot of reusable water goes down the drain daily, thanks to domestic processes such as cooking, dishwashing, clothes washing, bathing, toilet flushing, hand washing and gardening. While all these water uses are important, a lot can be done to recycle most of this water and reduce the waste. Below, find a list of the most common waste water systems that you can use at home to achieve this.
Moving house? There's a lot of packing and sorting ahead, but there's a lot of "stuff" you need to get rid of as well. Don't just assume you can toss it into the skip bin, or throw it down the drain, for that matter. A lot of what you need to get rid of is likely classified as "household hazardous waste." You need to break the list of items down according to origin and figure out how to get rid of everything safely.
When people talk about saving energy, they often get bogged down in the same topics – seal your drafty home, install a programmable thermostat, paint your roof white and similar tips are often shared. However, there are other ways to save energy. My name is Gina, and I run a small office. However, recently, I decided to let all of my team telecommute from home. They no longer waste fuel driving to work, which is great for the environment, and it is all possible thanks to phone systems that make it look like we are all in the same office. I also do other environmental things for my company. If you want tips or ideas on being more environmentally friendly with your business, check out these posts and enjoy.