1. How to Have an Eco-Friendly Green Christmas Holiday

    Posted on January 28, 2019 by Andrew

    Green is one of the traditional colours of the Christmas season, but the green in which we think is eco-friendly. Here is a list of green tips and energy savings that will place you in first place on Santa’s record during the holiday season. Read more…

  2. Laminated vs. Unlaminated Bags: The Pros and Cons of Each

    Posted on January 23, 2019 by Andrew

    Paper bags are becoming more and more popular, so you might just be thinking of investing in an order for your business. Of course, there are some decisions you’ll need to make, including whether to choose laminated or unlaminated bags. Read more…

  3. Asbestos garage removal

    Posted on January 23, 2019 by Andrew

    Although asbestos was banned in the ‘90s and since then people have been gradually getting rid of it, whenever possible, still in many UK dwellings there are materials consisting asbestos, which can even after many years pose a threat to one’s health and well-being. As time goes by, constructions made of asbestos may deteriorate or get damaged, and as a result, asbestos within them may become friable and airborne. Yet, which parts of construction were made of asbestos? Thanks to its resistance to heat, durability and affordability, it was often used in tiles, insulation, piping or roofing materials; hence it is still often found in garages and their roofs. Thus, if your garage was built over 20 years ago, it may require a professional test for asbestos presence. Read more…

  4. The fluctuation of fuel

    Posted on December 19, 2018 by Andrew

    As electric cars and hybrid vehicles become a more popular alternative, just what impact will this have on traditional fuel sources?

    With the help of Motability dealers Lookers, we explore the future of fuel. Recently, the government in the UK have proposed plans to ban any sales of new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040 as they try to clean the nation’s air quality. This stems from diesel receiving a lot of scrutiny due to the levels of Nitrogen Oxide our vehicles emit. As a result, 2017 was a record year for sales of electric vehicles, with over 4,000 new registrations per month in the UK — a significant increase compared to 2013 figures, which witnessed just 3,500 new registrations over the entire year! Read more…

  5. An eco-friendly home: How to transform your old appliances

    Posted on December 04, 2018 by Andrew

    It’s great to see the world becoming more eco-conscious. With people becoming aware of the current environmental issues surrounding plastic use and carbon emissions, everyone has been making more effort to keep our planet safer and cleaner for future generations. Read more…

  6. 4 Reasons to Use Printed Paper Bags vs. Printed Plastic Bags

    Posted on November 29, 2018 by Andrew

    Single-use plastic bags used to be the preferred choice in retail outlets all across the world, but people have gained a higher appreciation for the paper bag in recent years. That’s mostly because of the move towards eco-friendly packaging, but there are other factors at work. Read more…

  7. Fighting fast-fashion — how can you reuse your wedding dress?

    Posted on November 09, 2018 by Andrew

    Unfortunately for fashion retailers, negative press has been circulating their industry recently. It’s all about fast fashion, and it’s clear to see what the fuss is all about. In fact, one report revealed that around 300,000 tonnes of clothing is thrown away each year in the UK. Unfortunately, the rapid rate of fashion consumption is having a negative effect on the environment, from the increased amount of water that is being used in manufacturing to the amount of toxic chemicals that are involved with the making of garments.

    But, there is one garment that many of us are guilty of only wearing once — our wedding dress. Repurposing your wedding dress is something that many of us don’t consider, but it can play its part in helping the environment. And, your bridal gown isn’t the only thing that you can reuse from your wedding day, read on to find out more: Read more…

Tip of the Day

If It Doesn’t Smell, Don’t Wash It

According to Real Simple, if every American made an effort to launder less — cutting out just one load of laundry a week per household — we’d save enough water to fill seven million swimming pools each year.

So if it looks clean, and it smells clean, call it clean and wear it again. Consider hanging worn clothes out on your clothesline to freshen them up between wearings

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