Archive for the ‘Green Products’ Category

Office Recycling

Though most people think of paper recycling as something to do at home, making sure they dispose of their daily paper properly, businesses have a massive part to play. Photo: OSMapping A huge amount of paper gets used in offices around the world every day, so it is important that workers are aware of the […]

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Greener Kitchen Habits: Round Two

Still on my soap box about unnecessary waste and excess in the kitchen I am following up the article ‘A Subtle Shift to a Greener Kitchen’ with a few more ideas which you might like to adopt.

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Smart Ways to Warm Up or Cool Down

I am not going to start giving you exercise tips, don’t worry, though of course you cannot underestimate the importance of a good cool down in that context either! Anyway, I digress… what I am actually thinking about is insulation. Not the most exciting of topics you may say, but vital none the less to […]

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Picking an eco-friendly fridge freezer in the modern home

Storing food that needs to be refrigerated, such as cold meats, cooked meats, and salad items, both safely and practically, is such an essential part of life in the modern home. However, an element to food refrigeration that is becoming more and more important as the effects of global warming and air pollution become more […]

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How eco-friendly is washing the dishes?

We all try to do our bit for the good of the environment, but it can be difficult to know what techniques are best when it comes to saving energy and cutting down on waste in general. This is especially true when it comes to everyday household chores, particularly when we’ve become accustomed to doing […]

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How to vacuum while saving the environment!

Saving the environment while keeping the house clean can sometimes seem like a slightly arduous task. However, there are certain green products and green tips that can be followed while vacuuming and cleaning your house. Photo: Robert Scarth One tip that you should always follow is to take a close look at the decibels that […]

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