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Simple Ways to Go Greener in Everyday Life: Green Energy Scotland

February 28, 2014 by  
Filed under Green Living, Top Picks

We’re always trying to cut back on things, money, time, resources, and now the much talked about “Green Deal” in UK is prompting us to become thrifty for greener lives. With every individual household playing an integral role, our green lives are also much dependent upon on our personal habits. So, here’s suggesting simple ways […]

The Many Benefits of Choosing Used Tires

December 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Cars, Green Living, Top Picks

Buying new tires for your car or truck can be quite expensive, especially if you need an entire set. However, if you are on a tight budget and do not mind a bit of wear and tear, why not consider purchasing used tires instead? There are plenty of pre-used tires that are in great shape, […]

Energy Stats: How Does the UK Compare Against Other Countries When It Comes to Consumption and Resources?

December 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Green Living, Home & Garden, Top Picks

When it comes to protecting the environment, we’ve all heard the phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” As it turns out, the word “reduce” doesn’t come first simply because it sounds “right” in that position, but more so because reducing overall consumption is the most effective way for each of us to curb our impact on the […]

Let’s not let Asbestos be a 21st Century Killer

December 17, 2013 by  
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Little did anyone know that when the fibrous material asbestos became a popular substance to build with in the 1950s it would become a leading workplace killer in the ensuing centuries. Shocking statistics produced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) shows that this ‘hidden killer’ is responsible for more than 4,500 deaths in Britain […]

Hydroponics: Soil-less Cultivation With All The Nutrition

December 13, 2013 by  
Filed under Home & Garden, Top Picks

Do you remember as a child you clipped the part of a plant and kept it in water in the hope that the roots will come out? May be you would have observed in some plants where the roots started to grow and soon it transformed into a complete plant. you did this without any […]

Solar Power Projects: Why Falling Particle Technology is Worth Another Look

December 4, 2013 by  
Filed under Green Living, Top Picks

Solar power isn’t all that exciting, right? How much has really changed over the years? Well, a new technology promises to make solar more exciting, more affordable, and more efficient. It’s called “falling particle” technology. It more efficiently converts the sun’s energy to electricity on a large scale, thus concentrating solar plants. Falling particle may […]

No Toss Zone: Recycled Materials That Make Beautiful Jewelry

December 2, 2013 by  
Filed under Family, Things To Do, Top Picks

Throughout your life, there are a number of things you’ll have to throw away. But some of those things can make beautiful additions to your jewelry pieces. In fact, just about anything you can wrap, drill, or string can end up as a jewelry component. Most people are aware that recycling materials can be helpful […]

4 easy solutions for keeping your home warm this winter

November 21, 2013 by  
Filed under Home & Garden, Top Picks

With energy bills becoming more and more expensive, alongside rising rates of rural fuel poverty, it’s never been more important to make sure your home is kept warm this winter. If you’re completely clueless on how to keep the heat in your home this year however, then here’s four recommendations you can enquire into improving […]

How Could You Reduce Your Company’s Environmental Impact?

November 15, 2013 by  
Filed under Business, Top Picks

As a nation we’re all being encouraged to reduce, reuse and recycle. We’re all making changes at home and at work to lower our emissions; we’re thinking ethically about the products we buy, critically about how we dispose of waste and making changes to our daily routines in order to both save money and live […]

TGF Rated Review: Miracle Bump Creme and Body Oil

November 5, 2013 by  
Filed under Grown Ups, Reviews, Top Picks

What is it? Everybody deserves to pamper themselves but when you are pregnant you have to look after your skin as it expands with your little baby onboard.  Miracle Bump Stretch Mark Prevention Creme and Miracle Body Oil are two glorious products which allow you to look after your skin. Who is reviewing it? Jo […]

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