3 Environment Awareness Campaigns to Incorporate in Your Business

Posted on: 29 December 2016

How much do you care for the environment? Ask any business person this question and they're likely to have a plan to show their care for the environment, but could use revision and upgrades. Businesses must have an active role in protecting/conserving the environment. Not because it's a good strategy for corporate social responsibility, but because many of their day-to-day activities harm the environment in one way or the other.
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Reasons to Consider Concrete Septic Tanks for Waste Management

Posted on: 2 August 2016

If you are constructing a home and are looking into a domestic wastewater treatment solution, you should consider a concrete septic tank. Domestic wastewater management functions to process the sewage that your household produces right on your property. The tank is installed below ground so as to ensure it does not affect the overall aesthetics of your home. Additionally, having the tank below ground also ensures that you are not limited on space on the property.
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Having A Gas: Should You Choose Stored Pressure Or Gas Cartridge Fire Extinguishers?

Posted on: 4 April 2016

At a glance, fire extinguishers are pretty much identical in form and function, and while different extinguishing agents have different uses, they're all operated in largely the same way. However, one hidden factor can drastically affect the efficiency of an extinguisher, and its suitability for your needs -- the method in which it is powered. Most fire extinguishers available on today's market are known as stored pressure extinguishers, but you can also find extinguishers powered by gas cartridges.
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Home Waste Management: Selecting the Most Appropriate Skip Bin

Posted on: 17 February 2016

The management of waste materials in the home environment is critical in maintaining the safety and aesthetics of the property. In simple terms, poor rubbish collection and disposal practices will lead to unattractive littering and sanitation problems related to putrefaction of waste. It is prudent to establish a trash collection plan and review it periodically. One of the beneficial methods to enhance or complement your residential waste management strategies is hiring a skip bin.
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