Proper Disposal Of Consumer Electronics Is Important

Thursday, July 24th, 2008 - Environment

When you think about consumer electronics, you may think of equipment you use every day; like televisions, mobile phones and personal computers. What you may not even consider is that each year, the United States alone generates almost 3 million tons of commodity and electronic...

Run Your Car on a Quart Of Water

Thursday, July 24th, 2008 - Environment

You can’t have failed to notice the rising gas prices. Even if you haven’t got a car you’ll have had your ear chewed off by all the people you get rides from about how expensive it is to run a car. “These things don’t run...

Read Magazines On Environment Education To Learn About The Environment

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008 - Environment

Magazines on environment education have content put together by environment journalists who collect, verify, produce, distribute and exhibit related and dedicated information. The need to access information on the latest events in global awareness towards the damage caused to the environment, has increased tremendously. Dedicated...

The Theory Behind Mountain Formation

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008 - Environment

Climate determines how fast or slowly rocks will erode. Climatic conditions control the rate of weathering that takes place by regulating the catalysts of moisture and temperature. Experimentation has discovered that tropical weathering rates, where temperature and moisture are at their maximum, are three and...

Recycling Plastic Makes Economic and Environmental Sense

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008 - Environment

Plastics products are ubiquitous throughout the world. As dependency upon these light weight and durable products increased, so too has the need for global innovation in recycling technologies. Over the decades recycling companies developed a variety of processes to turn discarded plastics into hundreds of...

5 Ways Fluorescent Lighting Saves Energy and the Environment

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008 - Environment

Saving energy helps the environment because most energy sources, such as coal and natural gas are non-renewable. This means that once used, they are gone forever. Additionally, most forms of energy cause pollution that can be a source of greenhouse gases leading to climate change....

Indoor and Outdoor Lighting Tips to Conserve Energy and Save Money

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008 - Environment

Making improvements to your lighting is one of the fastest ways to cut your energy bills. An average household dedicates 11% of its energy budget to lighting. Using new lighting technologies can reduce lighting energy use in your home by 50% to 75%. Advances in...

Small Towns With Big Water Damage

Monday, July 21st, 2008 - Environment

Unless you happen to be one of the residents of many of the small towns along the Mississippi river that was flooded drastically in the past few months, it might be impossible to truly understand the scope of the damage that was incurred. These people...

Tenerife Environmental Group Suggests Alternative Energy Sources

Sunday, July 20th, 2008 - Environment

Tenerife, a Canary Island off the coast of Africa, is paving the path of using alternative energy sources in the future. Global warming is having an impact on the world now and it is only expected to worsen. Fuel prices are soaring, and that is...

Could Packaging Machinery Soon Be Obsolete

Sunday, July 20th, 2008 - Environment

You don’t have to go that far back in time to come across a time when local grocer’s shops would package everything up in brown paper bags for us to take home. Shopping was a pleasure that came with a personal touch. We weren’t inundated...