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How To Use File Management Software To Go Paperless

How To Use File Management Software To Go Paperless

Buzzwords like “going green” and “paperless operation” tend to fall on deaf ears for any business owner more concerned with staying afloat than making an environmental impact. But what many business owners fail to realize is that a digital transition isn’t at odds with the bottom line. In many cases, […]

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How To Build A Solar Panel

How To Build A Solar Panel

Switching to solar panels can be a huge relief, not just for the environment, but for your wallet as well. The prices of solar panels have dropped drastically, but they can still be expensive. Take matters into your own hands and build the solar panels yourself. You will save money, […]

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Top-Tips For a Greener Office

Top-Tips For a Greener Office

The subject of energy efficiency is a hot topic in the UK. As the government continue to push carbon reducing initiatives and with a notable rise in utility bills, a cut in fuel consumption is becoming vital for homes and businesses across the country. For businesses, a change to more […]

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How To Remove Your Rubbish Removal System?

How To Remove Your Rubbish Removal System?

Removing the garbage disposal unit is imperative if you want to replace a failed system or the sink. Sometimes it is imperative for effective rubbish removal which can get stuck in between system which stops it from working. That said if you have been thinking about replacing your unit for […]

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Create Your First Garden: A Beginner’s Guide

Create Your First Garden: A Beginner’s Guide

Why start a garden? One of the first things most children yearn to do is play in the dirt, and for many of us it’s an obsession we never grow out of. There is something wonderfully therapeutic about a garden. A brief internet search will return multiple studies that prove […]

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Saving Money With Solar Systems

Saving Money With Solar Systems

For anyone interested in the money saving potential of solar power, there are a few considerations they should understand when calculating the potential savings of any solar system they might invest in. For example, they’re going to need to know what kind of system they’re going to be using, how […]

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Why The Earth Would Be Healthier If We Were Healthier

What we choose to eat often seems like a superfluous decision, when in reality it is a choice that has consequences not only for the health of our bodies but also the health of our planet. The consumer choices of each and every human being on planet earth affect what […]

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Green, Home Improvement

Keep Your Yard Looking Fabulous: 5 Ways To Maintain Your Yard

Keep Your Yard Looking Fabulous: 5 Ways To Maintain Your Yard

A fabulous yard may look like it takes a lot of maintenance, but proper planning and a regular routine can give a homeowner a spectacular lawn and garden area without back breaking labor. Using five tips to maintain the yard gives more time to relax in your private surroundings. Isn’t […]

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Green Gaming: Games That Improve Environmental Awareness

Green Gaming: Games That Improve Environmental Awareness

Regardless of what video games you have played, almost all of them have had some inclusion of being immersed in a world. As technology has advanced, the way designers can portray a foreign world or our own Earth is pretty impressive. So there’s little doubt that in some way an […]

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Daylighting Saves Energy At Home And At Work

Daylighting Saves Energy At Home And At Work

The Power of Daylight Daylight Saving Time: The process of winding back the clock to better reflect the hours in which sunlight makes the use of powered light sources unnecessary. The practice started in World War I as an effort to conserve valuable coal required for the war effort, and […]

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