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   Oct 07

Making Logs for Quick, Free Fuel

If you have an open fire or wood burning stove, you need to build up a supply of logs over the winter. The best way to do this is to buy a log store, so you have somewhere to not only keep your winter fuel, but also a place where wood will naturally season so [...]

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   Sep 17

Top Five Solar Chargers

Solar chargers are a great way to recharge our gadgets and devices, especially for those people that enjoy the outdoor life. Hikers, ramblers, climbers and mountain bikers often find themselves in locations where there is no access to a power point, so using the sun to add some juice to the trusty mobile or laptop [...]

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   Aug 07

Recycling–Composting and Recyclable Recycling Bins

Recycling is now part-and-parcel of everybody’s lives. We are all encouraged to reduce what goes in the general waste bin and ensure we recycle as much as possible, but there is far more to recycling than just separating waste into different plastic bins. Recycling Bins While most of us have external recycling bins in which [...]

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   Jun 04

Complexities of Going Green

Quite often, when we mean to do well, it can sometimes lead to us inadvertently doing more harm than good, and this is quite true of green and eco-friendly initiatives. With so much concern about the effects of non-biodegradable products on the environment, lingering in landfills, and causing pollution and an unsightly nuisance for decades [...]

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   Mar 23

Product Review – Solar Chargers

Solar chargers are becoming an increasingly popular buy for people, and for quite a number of good reasons. More and more gadgets and gizmos are becoming par of our lives, from iPods and iPads, to laptops and PDAs, and not only are solar chargers an eco-friendly product that uses no conventional power, they have other [...]

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