The bedroom is a universal synonym for a safe haven. A place you can unwind and be your truest self, where you can leave the hectic world behind and all worries at the threshold. Then the best thing you can do for yourself and for keeping your sanity is make it as cozy and relaxing as possible. With the countless different stores providing adorable furniture pieces and decoration, picking the right one can be quite overwhelming and even exhausting. We are here to tell you it’s all going to be fine and we have your back. Here are some original, imaginative, and most importantly, 100% green ideas for decorating and cleaning, you can apply to your favourite place in the world – the holy bedroom!
Solar water heaters evolved from simple black-painted boxes to modern solar thermal units that we’re familiar with. Clearly, it took centuries of development to fully optimise these heating machines — and be able to apply them in modern houses.
Solar thermal water heaters are regarded as one of the most environment-friendly appliances in the world. If you are sceptical or want to have more information about these appliances; then you’ve come to the right article. We’re going to take a look at the top reasons why you should consider installing a solar water heater in your home.
These innovative hospitals are choosing to look after the environment as well as their patients. With modern, state of the art facilities, eco-friendly hospitals are winning awards for their efforts.
Here, we take a look at some of the most environmentally friendly hospitals in the USA.
With increasing interest in eco-friendliness, energy efficient and sustainable living among both homeowners and home buyers, the various environmental benefits of metal roofing are increasing its popularity for use in home.
Below are 7 reasons to go green with metal roofing:
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Breathe in, breathe out. You have just utilized the benefit of one tree. Trees are an environmental miracle – they convert carbon dioxide into oxygen, forests are homes to 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity, and as a physical resource, they are used for products like chairs, building materials, and paper.
In the last decade alone, the tech boom has changed our ways of living and communicating, and has also added a heavy load onto the environment. Making electronics requires a lot of energy, nonrenewable materials like plastic and metals, and comes at the cost of harming the environment through using fossil fuels and emitting greenhouse gases, which contribute to global warming. In comparison, how is paper production and use any safer?
Paper encourages more tree planting, is less harsh on the environment, and uses significantly less renewable energy resources. Check out this infographic “Green Paper: Why Paper is Surprisingly Eco-Friendly” to learn more about the benefits of using paper!