Commonly Forgotten Asbestos Removal Safety Measures

29 November 2021
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Ever since asbestos was declared a carcinogenic material, licenced asbestos abatement companies have continued to help property owners remove the material from their buildings. The reason is that licenced asbestos abatement companies are well equipped to deal with the material safely. Notably, asbestos abatement companies need to observe critical safety precautions during removal. However, some safety precautions are commonly ignored or forgotten, exposing staff to asbestos. This article highlights the commonly ignored asbestos removal safety guidelines. Read More 

How to Keep Your Home Cool Without Damaging the Environment

13 December 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

We all like to feel cool and comfortable at home, but it's all too easy to harm the environment in our efforts to reduce the temperature. Used inefficiently, electric fans and air conditioning units can use up huge amounts of energy, which means bigger bills for you and more damage to the planet as fossil fuels are used up. There are a few simple methods which can make a big difference to how cool the air inside your home is, without you needing to spend a penny. Read More 

Different Additions You Could Use In Your Domestic Treatment Plant

25 April 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Sewage treatment is critical for every home. Over the years, more and more homeowners are looking to domestic treatment plants for their septic needs. This provides them with an individual alternative to safely eliminating septic wastes without having to rely on the local council's septic tanks. However, choosing to have your own domestic treatment plant means you have to be extra vigilant in ensuring that your household is not at risk of bacteria and germs. Read More 

Commercial Wastewater: Three Critical Mechanisms for Removing Oil

8 March 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

The dangers of releasing oily water into the environment indiscriminately are obvious. The specific hazards presented will depend on the natural setup into which the wastewater is released. For instance, if the oily material finds its way into water bodies, it will form a layer on top that will limit the amount of oxygen flowing into the water. Consequently, the aquatic life will be suffocated, leading to decrease in biodiversity. Read More 

3 Common Sense Mistakes Most Make When Putting Out Kitchen Fires

4 November 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

When a disaster happens, we all like to think that common sense would take over to save us. The problem is that common sense is not always your best friend. There are some things that we do in emergencies that can cause more harm than good. A kitchen fire is one such incidence when using the wrong fire extinguishing method can make a small fire into a bonfire. Avoid these three common sense mistakes should your kitchen ever catch fire. Read More