Archive | October, 2012

Save Money by Being Environmentally Conscious

Staying Out of the Red by Going Green: How Businesses Actually Save Money by Being Environmentally Conscious

This was written by Miles Hall of businessbroker.net. The going green initiative has been well under way for a few years now, but many businesses – small and large – are still hesitant to join the movement. They often assume that going green is synonymous with spending more money when this simply not the case. […]

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Posted in Automotive, Clean Energy, Energy, Energy Conservation, Technology, Transportation3 Comments

Bermagui Ecotourism

Enjoying Eco-Tours In Bermagui – The Fishing Village Of New South Wales

This was written by Teena Celis of http://www.adrenalin.com.au/. On the south coast of New South Wales lies the town of Bermagui, famous as the ultimate fishing destination of the Bega Valley Shire in Australia. Bermagui is an international fishing destination, ever since American author Zane Grey pioneered the game-fishing sport here in the 1930′s.GARD Pro […]

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Greenest House in Britain

The Greenest House in Britain

This was written by Gary Stringer of http://searchstarz.com/ The greenest house in Britain will probably be owned by Gary Neville. The 37 year old ex Manchester United and England footballer will build a £8 million eco-friendly house. After three years of planning, and more than a year battling for approval, the retired footballer was given […]

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Green Kitchen Countertops

Green Kitchen Countertops – Eco-friendly Solutions for Kitchen Remodeling

This was written by Suzzane Edwards of  Kitchen Cabinetry. A green home is synonymous to healthy, clean and sustainable living. And when it comes to creating a truly green kitchen we must consider every single detail. Most of these kitchen countertops are made from recycled materials and could be recycled again if the homeowner chooses […]

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Posted in Construction, Green Real Estate, Lifestyle4 Comments

How to Avoid Bed Bugs

How to Avoid Bed Bugs

This was written by Karen Barnes. Though many people today may believe bed bugs are just a myth, the fact is the pests have been making a major comeback in recent years. The problem has become so prevalent the Environmental Protection Agency has actually created a website to track the number of reports around the […]

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How to Replace the Water Filter in your Refrigerator

How to Replace the Water Filter in your Refrigerator

This was written by Felicia Baratz-Savage of Eat Breathe Blog. The in-door water and ice dispenser in your refrigerator makes it easy to drink clean, refreshing water without the cost of bottled water or the hassle of recycling all those plastic containers.GARD Pro Not Registered Though they do last a long time, eventually the filter […]

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Outdoor Wood Stains and Paints

Wood Door Paints and Stains for the Green Warriors

This was written by Jove Arthurs of Door Emporium in New Jersey. The augmented and collective awareness of modern citizens with regard to present environmental concerns is something we should all be happy and proud about. Not only does this mean we give enough value to the world we live in, but furthermore, it reflects our shared […]

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Seal Fireplace Energy Leaks

Sealing Leaks to Save Energy

This was written by Tim Snyder of Dr. Energy Saver. It’s wintertime. If you can feel cold drafts coming into your house, it’s a sure bet there’s heat energy going out. Sealing air leaks in key areas will cut cold drafts and your heating bill.GARD Pro Not Registered Here in New England, the arrival of cold […]

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Medical Hazard At Work

Medical Hazard At Work

A sore throat, runny nose and fever are all commonly known as symptoms of a flu or common cold. What most people are unaware of is that it’s possible to get sick by sitting at your desk at work. An office desk tends to harbor more bacteria and germs than a toilet! It might be […]

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Make Your Office More Eco-Friendly

10 Things to Ditch to Make Your Office More Eco-Friendly

This was written by Maria Samuels, a designer at In Style Modern Furniture. The office is meant to be a safe place where people can focus on their work and increase their productivity. Such is the reason for strict adherence to safety measures and ways to make it a work-efficient place. There is always the […]

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