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8 Tips For Maintaining Solar Panels

Posted by on Mar 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Solar energy panels are a good way to harness natural energy and use it to lower your energy bills. Over time, your panels can start to wear and become less efficient which means less natural energy for your home. Here are some tips for maintaining your panels and extending their lifespan. Check the inverters monthly. The inverters are responsible for converting the energy captured by the panels. Check the LED lights monthly to ensure they are green. If any other color is displayed, contact your installer for maintenance. Change the intake...

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Household Hazardous Waste: Things All Homeowners Need To Know

Posted by on Feb 4, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you’re like many homeowners, you probably think that your home is free of hazardous materials; however, you might be surprise to find that you are actually harboring many dangerous and toxic materials in your home. It’s true! Just take in your basement or any other place you store cleaners, paints and other chemicals. You probably use several harmful materials on a regular basis, and while they may provide certain benefits—making your hardwood floors gleam, or ridding your house of pesky insects—these products are actually...

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3 Unique Places To Find Scrap Metal For Free

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Trading in scrap metal for cash can be a lucrative venture. If you are looking to take advantage of the financial benefits that participating in scrap metal recycling can provide, you will need access to recyclable products. Here are 3 unique places you can go to search for free scrap metal in the future. 1. Your Local Gun Range Shooting ranges can prove to be a treasure trove when you are searching for free scrap metal. Brass is often considered a mid-level priced metal when it comes to recycling, and shooting ranges are filled with brass...

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Storing Medical Waste Safely

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Medical waste is usually found in hospitals and laboratories. The definition of medical waste can encompass several things, but mostly covers material like blood, tissue, and bone. It does not usually apply to medical related implements such as prosthetic limbs. With the recent Ebola outbreak in the headlines, it’s no wonder proper and safe storage and disposal of medical waste is a topic that needs to be reemphasized. Regulations At one time, the EPA was in charge of regulating the disposal and storage of medical waste, but today it is...

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Get The Chemicals Out Of Your Septic System By Using Natural Cleaning And Treatment Products

Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Maintaining a septic tank is important to avoid expensive repairs to your lawn, your home and the system itself. What you wash down your drains can be devastating to a septic system. Using chemicals to clean your home and unclog your drains can cause the bacteria levels in your septic tank to plummet and cause the system to begin to fail. Here, you will learn natural ways to clean your home and treat your system without any damaging chemicals. Use Yeast to Maintain the System Instead of going out and buying expensive additives for your septic...

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Dealing With Bed Bugs Or Termites? How To Fight Back Efficiently And Effectively

Posted by on Nov 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you currently having a hard time dealing with bed bugs or termites? How can you effectively fight back against these resilient pests? Read on to learn more about extermination services for these two pests and how to determine the best method to rid yourself of your unwanted house guests. Bed Bugs Bed bugs are one of the toughest parasites known to man — they can survive up to 400 days without food and are resistant to most modern insecticides. However, their kryptonite is ultra-hot temperatures. How are bed bugs treated? Typical bed...

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Are Squirrels Trying To Get In Your Attic? Here’s How To Keep Them Away From Your Home

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Squirrels are cute little animals, but their looks can be deceiving. They are actually quite destructive, and they can damage your house and other belongings. A squirrel problem can get out of hand fast so it’s not a good idea to put nuts and seeds out for them to eat. It may seem cute at first, but once the squirrels are used to you handing them food, they may get aggressive once you stop. If you have too many squirrels hanging around your house, you don’t have to kill them to get rid of them. You have other options: Cut Off...

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How Laundry Affects Your Septic Tank System

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you have a septic tank, many things can affect it, such as dumping grease and cooking oils into your drains, flushing cigarette butts, flushing sanitary products, and more. The way you do laundry, as well as the laundry soap you use, can also have an impact on your septic tank system. Washing Machine Filter Lint is generated by washing machines, and this lint gets into your septic system. Once it gets into the system, it clogs the soil in the drain fields. Each load you do generates lint, so imagine how much of it builds up over time....

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Trash Removal At Large Facilities

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Trash is not something most people think of when they visit a large, high-traffic facility, like an amusement park, fair, or stadium.  High volumes of people lead to high volumes of trash.  No one likes to see overflowing trash cans or smell dumpsters full of waste.  What goes on behind the scenes to keep these facilities free of waste?  Back Areas Large facilities tend to have a back area that is set up to dispose of trash.  This area is likely to contain a compactor.  Compactors are often rented from a company...

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