Archive for December, 2012
Go green with bamboo cabinets
Posted on: Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 at 2:41 pm
Due to growing threats on environment, everyone is talking about eco-friendly living and living standard. The homes often make use of various types of furniture which are made of wood and other materials. Since wood is costly and cutting wood can cause ecological imbalance therefore, there are few items of furniture which are made with green bamboo now. The bamboo cabinets can be seen in many houses at the present moment and they are quite eco-friendly as well because cutting bamboo does not cause threat to the environment.
The quality of cabinets made with bamboo is absolutely perfect and they match the class perfectly. The techniques of making cabinets with bamboo are good as well but they require specialist people who have a good working knowledge of making bamboo furniture. These cabinets of bamboo are also attractive to look at and they last longer due to the durability factor of bamboo.
Talk about eco friendly garbage disposal
Posted on: Thursday, December 6th, 2012 at 3:48 pm
Improper garbage disposal has been found to be seriously disturbing for the environmental safety and hence the green experts all over are suggesting taking eco-friendly garbage disposal measures. It’s good to mention that concerned citizens all over have come up with different means that can manage the trash without harming the surroundings.
The eco friendly means of garbage disposal include recycling waste or waste composting. Waste composting is one of the widely followed practices these days and as per the latest records, Americans composted & recycled around 85 million tons of waste in the year 2010. Yard trash composting has led to nearly half of the waste reduction these days. Mulching the lawnmower have become increasingly common now and a good bunch of home owners have built waste composting sots in their backyards.
Besides you have the electronic devices for garbage disposal that could be placed on kitchen drain. These devices would shred off the food particles in micro pieces so that they can pass through the drain pipes easily & safely without causing any problem with the surroundings.
How to Make a Solar Cell At Home
Posted on: Saturday, December 1st, 2012 at 3:53 pm
With the increasing growth in awareness in the public about global warming and the harmful state of the planet due to pollution and increase in carbon footprints, many people are going green when it comes to their own use of equipment, work, and lifestyle. You can save a lot of money and energy if you use a solar cell system instead of using normal electrical sources. The process of installation takes longer and more money but it’s all worth it.
You can make your own solar cell at home for a science project by following a few simple steps. You will need copper sheets, metal sheers, glass jar, or container, salt, plastic scrappers and alligator clips. The size can be selected as per requirement. You have to make sure all the equipments are clean and sterilized before you start making it. Follow the normal steps in a solar cell making guide and connect the wiring well.