Choosing Between Off-Grid And Grid-Tie Solar Systems

28 January 2015
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Installing solar panels on your home is a great way to lower your energy costs and reduce your impact on the environment. However, one critical choice faces any homeowner considering the integration of solar power. Both off-grid and grid-tie systems offer a number of advantages, but both have drawbacks you should be aware of as well, and once you understand these you'll be better prepared to choose which suits your needs. Read More 

What You Can And Can’t Leave On The Curb For Recycling

14 January 2015
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Curbside recycling programs are convenient for residents in cities and towns because they do the majority of work by picking up bins of recycling and taking them to the recycling center. The exact items you can leave on the curb vary from city to city, but there are a few universal rules when it comes to leaving your recycling out. Take these rules seriously because, in many cases, if a rogue bit of trash, especially dirty trash, makes its way into the recycling bin, the entire bin is trashed, leaving all your work for nothing. Read More 

The Advantages Of Propane Gas

12 January 2015
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Propane is a common fuel source that is used for a variety of services, including barbecues, heating, powering portable generators, and more. It provides a number of benefits over other alternative fuel sources, and is a viable option for homeowners in urban and rural areas alike. Knowing the advantages that propane gas as a fuel source, from places like Mills Fuel Service Inc, provides you and your family allows you to make an educated decision about its use in your home. Read More 

Three Steps To Establishing An Active Commercial Recycling Program

6 January 2015
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Whether you own or operate an office building, government building, retail location, church, warehouse, apartment complex, bar, restaurant, non-profit, or school, chances are that at one time or another you have been asked to implement a recycling program. Recycling is on the rise. In 2009, there were about 9,000 curbside recycling programs throughout the nation. According to Keep America Beautiful, higher rates of recycling the ongoing growth of new recycling programs are evidence that the industry is growing. Read More 

Buy More Time Between Septic Tank Pumpings - How To Flush Less Water

23 December 2014
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Anyone that owns a septic tank system knows that an important part of keeping your system healthy is a regular pumping or cleaning of your tank. One of the things that can increase the need for septic tank tank pumping is the amount of waste water that goes through your tank. Reducing the amount of this water can buy you time, which will save you money. How Often Should You Pump Your Septic Tank? Read More