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20th February 2012

Environmental Hazards With Recycling

Waste has nearly always been an issue and for all of the waste or refuse challenges we have at present they're practically nothing compared to the waste matter challenges we had before the Victorians sorted it out. Whenever most people think about wast...

31st January 2012

Environmental Hazards With Recycling

Rubbish has usually been a challenge and for all of the waste or refuse issues we have at present they're nothing when compared to the waste troubles we had before the Victorians sorted it out. When people think about waste recycling they tend not to t...

16th June 2011

Sustainable Green Living in Australia

In Australia the 12th September, an important event for Environment. This is because the annual Sustainable House Day is observed on this day. What started as a visionary initiative in 2001, gained momentum over the years, so it is today considered one ...

18th May 2011

Wastewater Treatment Services - An Overview

What is wastewater? Wastewater is water which has previously been used by either a household (domestically) or business (industrially). As a consequence of the water use, the water will need to undergo wastewater treatment services prior to reuse. Thi...

23rd March 2011

Use rainwater tanks to save water

At this time, the mainly accepted sit of rainwater tanks is above ground. Therefore the fixing for the water tanks is often chosen in the means that it is simple, takes less time and is rate efficient. The lower units can be developed from large choices o...

02nd March 2011

7 Eco-Friendly Celebrities

It seems that every celebrity has a duty of care on their shoulders, and it is expected that they should give back to the community and contribute towards some of the world’s most pressing issues. So here is a list of celebrities who we feel deserve prais...

26th February 2011

How Can You Improve Your Life So It Is Eco Friendly?

Thinking about making some green changes to your way of life and consequently helping the environment? These tips will cost you close to no time, save you cash, improve your health and you’ll be doing something nice for the environment! Purchased new pres...

23rd September 2010

Groundwater remediation, a pressing need in today's times.

Water pollution today has reached alarming levels in most parts of the world. Surface freshwater bodies like ponds, lakes, streams and rivers have become increasingly polluted. This has resulted in groundwater becoming an important source of drinking w...

07th July 2010

Water Conservation Technologies

Rainwater Harvesting and Drip Irrigation Technologies are the solution to the water problem. By 2013, 32 nations will be facing acute water shortage. Water conservation is extremely important and the above mentioned are water conservation technologies....

11th May 2010

How porous streets work as a green technology?

The use of green technology doesn't always mean use of materials or processes, which help in preventing pollution. It is also about conserving various resources of energy, to generate optimum benefits for the mankind. How many times has a recent bout o...

23rd December 2009

Thinking Forward With Storm Water Management

Land development is a fast becoming a lucrative industry. All around the world natural soil is being transformed into concrete roads, shopping malls, or high-rise buildings. Because of this rapid change in environment, the prevalence of impervious surface...

02nd December 2009

How I Turned Dirty Ground water into pure drinking water

Some years back I decided to shop for some land within the hills of Texas. It had been rough land, all rock with steep cliffs and bottomless valleys. The altitude of the property put us several feet above the water table so making it rather pricey to dril...

25th November 2009

Overview of Storm Water Systems

You might be curious of how rain water is drained and where it eventually goes. After all, a typical 30-minute rain can produce up to a ton of water at a time. How come we never end up swimming in water for most rains? You might be surprised to realize...

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