Archive for May, 2012
Greener living with indoor compartmental bins
Posted on: Sunday, May 27th, 2012 at 10:32 am
We have taken and received a lot from the nature and it is about time that we give something back. Many of the people are already dedicated and committed to serve the nature and safe us from various natural as well as manmade disasters by agreeing to the process and method of recycling. Recycling is the best way to use up the not needed or used up products in to things which we can use again and it does not even produce or emit any harmful residue.
One can start using recycled products by using compartmental bins to through the wastes. Recycled compartmental bins are far more pretty and attractive than your original and regular recycle bins and also gives you more effective and more space to throw various categories of waste such as infectious waste in an compartment and regular wastes like paper and all in one another and in this way things will be more sorted out.
Sustainable home renovation tips
Posted on: Saturday, May 19th, 2012 at 12:41 pm
There are various sustainable home renovation tips which are available in the internet seeing which many of you may feel flustered and confused about how to renovate your home in an eco friendly way. The first thing which you must do it is to make a list of your needs and what you want to achieve. First make sure that what exactly you want in your house, is or is it not that your utility bill is exorbitantly high and whether or not you want natural light to get inside your house.
After asking these questions and having the answering with you look for well reputed green builders in your locality and who will share your thoughts and ideals and is highly skilled ion this trade for quite a long span of time. Look for a person who has a certificate of being a Certified Remodeler by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry as a certified builder can help you in more ways than an uncertified one.
Go green with special laundry techniques
Posted on: Saturday, May 12th, 2012 at 9:50 am
You may think that doing your laundry is like just another regular household work but you should know that almost eighty percent of the lifecycle of the clothes depend on the techniques of dying and washing them. Therefore, you should go for techniques that would help you to save your energy as well as the use of excess water. In average households, almost 135000 gallons of water is used up every year for laundry of 400 loads. By doing the laundry with energy efficient techniques, you can reduce the use of water to 6500 gallons in a year.
You will be able to save as much as 7000 gallons of water, which, for your information can be used for filling up as many as three swimming pools in your backyard or serve as a source of drinking water for a lifetime for as much as six people. Therefore, it is important that you switch to eco friendly techniques of laundry.