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29th October 2012

Fire Protection for our Business

Fire is one of the major causes of disasters. With this, it is important to take extra precautions when using this element of nature as it can be very destructive. Home and business owners should anticipate problems with safety fire protection equipment. ...

05th October 2011

A Way to Please Environmentalists

Today, many consumers are becoming more conscious about the environment. Many refuse to buy products that have non-biodegradable packaging; many opt to use their bicycle than their car; also, many refuse to print documents unless really needed. If you wan...

01st June 2011

Pressure Washing: History and Science

** Different Types of Power Washers Generally, there are seven different types of power washers: - Electric - Diesel - Gasoline - (Natural) Gas - Ultra High Pressure - Hydraulic High Pressure - High Pressure Steam Cleaner Non-electric press...

31st March 2011

Jan M. Berkowitz Addresses Concerns of Potable Water Sources after Disaster in Japan

(1888PressRelease) Jan Michael Berkowitz has been promoting protection of our water for over two decades through his work in the clean energy field and hopes that although the current Tokyo situation serves as a tragic reminder, it is nonetheless, proof t...

16th February 2011

Amazing But Scary Facts About China

In just ten years, the small emerging market of China has transformed into a geopolitical giant that now plays a critical role in the global economy. Here are just a few facts that may shock you: Economy: China's GDP per capita is the 91st-lowest in t...

12th July 2010

Looking For A Reputable Africa Charity?

Everywhere you look these days there's a new charity. Sometimes it can be overwhelming to sort through all the ones claiming to be a beneficial and important Africa charity, to find charities that truly are an honest and useful Africa charity. It's imp...

02nd July 2010

Manuka Honey, Nature's Medicine

Manuka Honey is a medicinal honey produced by bees that utilize the nectar from the flowers of the Manuka bush, indigenous to New Zealand. It contains a specific antibacterial compound known as the Unique Manuka Factor or UMF, which has been found to heal...

13th May 2010

Book Review: Textile League Baseball: South Carolina's Mill Teams, 1880-1955

I accidently stumbled upon Thomas Perry's book, "Textile League Baseball," while conducting some research on a bit of hometown trivia. Oddly, in the 1950's and 60's you could hear the Chicago White Sox broadcasts in my hometown of Greenville, SC on radio...

11th December 2009

11 Planting Tips For Growing Vegetables!

Are you interested in growing vegetables in your garden? Growing vegetables in the vegetable garden is much easier than you imagine. To grow vegetables, you do not need a large site. You can grow in containers without any need for a piece of land. ...

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