More landscaping companies are switching from gasoline-fueled to propane-fueled equipment, including mowers, graders, and fleet vehicles. That's because they know that propane mowers will green up their companies in 3 significant ways. Here's what switching to propane will do for you: Put more green in your pocket Propane engines typically last twice as long as conventional gas engines, which means you'll get many more hours out of your investment. Maintenance costs are lower, too, due to less use of oil and labor to monitor and service gasoline-powered engines. [Read More]
Suffering From Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity? What Precautions Should You Take?
If you've recently begun to attribute your headaches, fatigue, muscle aches, or strange skin sensations to a condition called electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EMH), you may be wondering how you can reduce the effects of ever-present electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) on your body without compromising your lifestyle. Fortunately, there are some modifications you can make to your home and car that should significantly reduce the number of EMFs surrounding you at any given time, lessening your symptoms and allowing you to live a more normal lifestyle. [Read More]
Important Reasons Business Owners Should Have an Asbestos Inspection Performed
Are you thinking about moving your business to a new location? Have you picked out a historic building to purchase and you're wondering what your next steps should be? Unfortunately, an older building may have asbestos used in at least part of its construction. Before you sign any paperwork, here are some reasons why you should consider having an asbestos inspection done, in addition to a regular building inspection. Professionals can eradicate hidden asbestos: Previous occupants of the building may have gotten rid of the most obvious source of asbestos, insulation, but may have overlooked other materials where asbestos might have been used. [Read More]
How To Speed Up Your Recycling
Recycling is a great way to contribute to a greener Planet Earth. Even small scale efforts, like recycling plastic bottles, glass and aluminum cans are helpful. Of course, you can also make a little bit of spending cash by recycling the bottles and cans from your own home. There are many recycling centers in strip malls and attached to grocery stores. These facilities specialize in plastic and aluminum. These are far more convenient than industrial recycling centers that handle commercial loads of a wider range of recyclables. [Read More]