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How To Start A Rubbish Removal Business In Sydney?

Each year Australians generate a million tons of junk, with the majority of junk coming from large cities like Sydney and Melbourne. This is one reason why the rubbish removal business in cities like Sydney is big. You can start a removal business with just a simple pickup truck and a few ads posted online. However, if you want to be successful in this industry it is imperative that you treat this business ...

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Waterless Urinals: What They Are, and How They Work

Most of us are lucky enough to be able to take clean water for granted. If we need a drink of water, we can simply turn on the tap and have as much as we want, and it’s exactly the same when we take a shower, or need to wash our clothes. While household water is essentially a renewable resource, since many types of waste water can be recycled and reused, as is already the case in many towns and cities, it d ...

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Pleomele, Song Of India: The Tropical Medicine Plant

Whether you call it Pleomele, Dracaena reflexa, or even the enigmatic-sounding 'Song of India', this tropical tree has wide appeal and fascinating qualities. A native to Madagascar and Southern India, Pleomele has gone from a mysterious medicine to an office plant, but what benefits does it really have?                                                    Image by mauroguanandi A History of Healing The use of ...

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Geothermal Energy Is A Growing Source Of Renewable Energy

Although renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power tend to receive the most public attention, geothermal energy is growing in popularity as a green energy source throughout Europe. Germany, for example, is working towards providing all of the country's energy needs from geothermal energy. The UK, although not as ideally situated as Germany in terms of geology, still contains sufficient geotherma ...

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Chinese New Year, And Why More People Should Celebrate It

As a part of “going global”, more of us should celebrate Chinese New Year, and other large cultural events around the world. Going Global The entire world is going “global”. We’re seeing it in business, in television, in the classrooms, and everywhere around us. There is an increasing devotion to world news, world events, world languages, art and practices throughout. Most of Asia is emphasizing the importa ...

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How Could Big Cities Reduce Their Carbon Footprints?

I am sure many of you have already heard of carbon footprint, global warming and climate change. Many scientists concluded that carbon emissions are the main source of global warming. If we don’t want to destroy our planet we need to cut the amount of carbon we produce to the atmosphere. The developing world became one of the major manufacturers in the world. The success of China and India also comes with a ...

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Top Tips Before Installing Solar Panels

There is increasing ‘buzz’ around the availability and uses of solar energy, and many houses can be seen with roof and elevated panels. There are some points to consider before installation is booked. One useful tool is to use a ‘savings calculator’ (many are available on-line or through providers) to work out the costs of installation and to project how long it will take to make that money back. There is l ...

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Waste Disposal Technologies For Emerging Countries

Proper waste disposal is a serious concern in many regions throughout the world. In developing countries, protecting ecological areas, ensuring town or village sanitation, and preventing the spread of disease are the most important reasons to have an effective waste disposal system. Disposing of everything from biological waste to industrial pollutants can be achieved through a variety of methods. The most ...

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4 Fabulous Tips For Green Restoration

Restoring a home is a lot of work and can exhaust a lot of resources. Undertaking a sustainable restoration project may not seem feasible initially, but with a little planning and some helpful tips, you can make your restoration a little greener without spending a fortune. The key to doing this is to evaluate your space carefully, identify areas that are the most inefficient to restore first, and allow your ...

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Are You Doing Your Bit For The Environment?

I have to admit I am no environmental expert but I have over the last couple of years become more interested in ‘green issues’ and have been surprised to learn that even the smallest changes can make a big difference to our consumption of energy. Also another thing that will probably please you is that a lot of these tips will save you money, energy sources are very expensive and this is a great way of cutt ...

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