Installing a solar panel system on your home is an excellent way to reduce your dependence on electric or gas energy and decrease your carbon footprint at the same time. Although the cost of a solar system has come down quite a bit since they were first introduced a few decades ago, you're still looking at paying anywhere from $10,000 to $38,000 to install one, depending on where you live and the amount of energy you want the system to generate. [Read More]
Tips For Reducing Your Restaurant's Need For Sewer Cleaning Services
If you own a restaurant, then you may need to invest in regular sewer cleaning services to get rid of the grease and other solid debris that gets trapped in your drains. While a sewer cleaning is likely a part of your general maintenance regimen, it is not a good idea to allow solid wastes to clog your sewer in the first place. The clogs can dislodge and cause serious issues down the path of the sewer or your restaurant drains may back up. [Read More]
4 Fantastic The-Future-Is-Now Uses For A DIY Solar Energy Starter Kit
In case you haven't noticed, the future is coming very fast. From 3D printers that can whip up new shoes, tea cups, and guitars, to chicken and duck cells that can grow you a meal in a Petri dish, the world is changing at breakneck speeds. Solar energy has kept up with this trend, offering more ways to customize, modernize, and turn odd places into cool living quarters. Here are four fantastic uses for efficient DIY solar energy kits that will make you glad that future is coming at you so fast, for the most part. [Read More]
Can You Combat Climate Change by Switching to a Diesel Fueled Car?
You can help combat climate change and illness due to harmful fuel emissions by switching from gasoline to diesel fuel. Highway diesel fuel burns cleaner than gasoline fueled engines due to lower sulfur content--and here's why: Less Sulfur Particulates Mean Less Harmful Emissions Here's the science in a nutshell: sulfur mixes with the atmosphere to form sulfur dioxide which rains down to the earth in fine particulate matter. Particulates have a diameter of no more than one-tenth of the diameter of human hair and can be ingested by humans. [Read More]