3 Mistakes to Avoid When Cleaning Solar Panels

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Cleaning solar panels is important since it ensures that they are in proper working condition. This is because it facilitates the removal of any dirt that might obstruct the sunlight from getting to the solar panels. If you fail to clean your solar panels regularly, it affects the output of electricity, and you will notice that the batteries do not last as long as they should. Below are some of the mistakes that you should avoid when you are cleaning solar panels.

5 March 2018

3 Best Techniques to Use for Effective Bush Regeneration

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Bush regeneration, or restoring a bushy area from harmful weeds and other damage to an area that thrives with native and healthy plants, is often needed in areas of construction or neglected plots of land. If the land has been cleared for new buildings or has seen an overgrowth of harmful weeds, regeneration may be needed. Non-native weeds and plants that choke out the soil by removing too much moisture may need to be removed so that native plants can thrive.

28 January 2018

Green At Any Cost? All About Renewable Energy Prices

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For many years, renewable energy was an expensive and exclusive market.  Going green was for companies and rich households only—but over time, as with any new technology, prices have slowly come down.  In January 2018, based on earlier predictions being knocked out of the park, experts have estimated that solar energy will be cheaper than fossil fuels by 2020.  This is incredible news, solving the decades-old crisis of what would happen when our resources inevitably ran out.

23 January 2018

What Defines a High-Quality Treatment Plant for The Home?

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As environmental conservation and sustainability continue to be top concerns for both homes and businesses, domestic treatment plants have become a central focus for improvement. Homeowners are looking for more effective and efficient treatment plants that can process larger amounts of waste with reduced costs and higher effluent quality. If you're looking for a domestic treatment plant for your home, there are several important factors that can define a quality system from an average one.

22 January 2018

Make the Most out of Your Skip Bin and Save on Extra Costs

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When you hire a skip bin, you'll probably read the bin filling instructions. You'll know that it's prohibited to put asbestos, tyres, food, paints, and oil in the skip bin. You'll also read from the instructions that you shouldn't fill the bin past the marked 'waste line levels.' Justifiably, you don't want to order another bin which would mean you have to dig deeper in your pockets. So how do you economise the available space in your skip bin and save on additional costs?

15 January 2018

3 Basic Habits That Affect Your Air Quality

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Have you started sneezing or feeling stuffy every time you get into your house? If you have detected any of these signs, then the problem is poor air quality in your house. Each day, people undertake many activities, and some of them directly affect the quality of air within their homes. As such, the best way to improve the air quality in your home is to avoid the habits discussed below.

11 January 2018

A Quick Guide to Fire Extinguishers

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Every home or business needs fire extinguishers. But not all fire extinguishers are alike. Knowing which one is right for you means identifying the types of fires most likely in a given environment and choosing appropriately.  Categories of fire In Australia, fires are divided into six categories based on the type of substance that is burning. Category A covers general combustible materials such as paper, cloth, wood and more, while Category B includes combustible liquids like fuel and oil.

3 January 2018