Tag: go green

Sep 25

Water: the Non-replenishable Resource

You may be used to your regular water delivery in London, but a growing percentage of the world is starting to run out of water, if they haven’t run out already. What’s interesting is that it’s not just developing countries that are in trouble. The USA, UK, Australia and many countries in Europe are on

Sep 18

Simple Ways To Make Your Home More Environmentally

What can we do to protect the environment? Without pay too much, which seemed to be difficult, if not impossible. Do your part does not need to be tough. Small steps lead to a big difference, you just need to know what lasts.
Use less water.
It is many small steps to save water, here

Sep 03

5 Ways to Make Your Home More Green Friendly

In 2011 there are more and more people who want to make their lifestyles more eco-friendly. This has a knock on effect in all parts of life such as diet, shopping, fuel and of course in the home. By going green in your home, you can help to protect the planet while also saving money

Aug 17

Easy Ways to Save Energy and Go Green at Home

Whether you are concerned about the Earth or looking for ways to garner some residential energy savings, there are a lot of energy saving tips that can accomplish one or both. Here are three of the easiest, which also happen to create the biggest impact in terms of Earth friendliness and your wallet.
1) Purchase

Jul 15

Purchase Energy-Efficient Dishwasher and Clothes Washer

The biggest cost of washing dishes and clothes comes from the energy required to heat the water. You’ll significantly reduce energy costs if you purchase and use energy-efficient machines.

Conventional wisdom says that washing dishes by hand saves hot water. If, however, you wash dishes several times a day, this

Jun 26

Tips For Cost-Effective Hot Water Energy-Savings

Install aerating, low-flow faucets and showerheads.
Repair leaky faucets promptly; a leaky faucet wastes gallons of water in a short period of time.
Lower the thermostat on your water heater; water heaters sometimes come from the

Jun 22

Energy-Saving Tips – Heat Recovery from Used Hot Water

Any hot water that goes down the drain carries away energy with it. That’s typically 80-90% of the energy used to heat water in a home. Drain-water (or greywater) heat recovery systems capture this energy to preheat cold water entering the water heater or going to other water fixtures.
How It Works
Drain-water heat recovery

Jun 13

The Truth On A Gas Can Be Powered By Water Or Not…

You’ve heard about the entire “water car” craze, right?
Now the biggest question is whether this is for realistic or just a scam. Even though I was sceptic, I decided to purchase a guide that promised to teach me how I can make my own water fuel Device and set up & run it  on my car.

May 29

Global Warming and Building Green

Building green is one of the solutions to global warming that many people do not think about. Building green is designing and constructing buildings with the environment in mind. It is these practices that can have an impact on stopping global warming.
Houses give off a high percentage of a country’s total

May 16

Easy Ways to Make your Home More Eco-Friendly

We all want to do our part to protect the environment, but without a large paycheck, that can be seemed difficult, if not impossible. But doing your part doesn’t have to be hard. Small steps add up to a big difference, you just have to know which ones to take.
Use less water.