Infographic by Superdrain
Water is important to everyone and everything. We use it every day and sometimes don’t notice how much we waste. With recent laws and taxes, the idea of reserving water has never been as important to home owners. Superdrain has just created this infographic which has the best ways to do just that. It features 10 ways anyone could apply to their daily lives and save a large amount of water. Ranging from the bathroom sink to the kitchen tap they’ve all been proven to be beneficial. This Infographic is sure to benefit any reader who decides to have even a quick look through.
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by the team at FBD
Is your living space starting to become living without space? Afraid you’re turning into a bit of a hoarder? Don’t worry – you’re not alone? We’ve decided to come up with 15 clever ways to expand your storage space, without compromising on your living space – something many people find challenging? From high shelving to hollow headboards and everything in between, this colourful and inspiring infographic will have you taking another look at your cluttered home, and finding space in places you never thought before.
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Christmas is coming. Before you go off on your merry way and max out the credit card, leaving a trail of landfill bound debris in your wake, Recycle for Wales have some top tips so you can be kinder to the environment, create less waste and save some cash too:
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Originally Published on ThisBigCity.net
Upcycling is probably one of the internet’s favourite things. If that wasn’t inspiration enough, check out this new infographic, featuring gardening ideas for shutters, ladders, and more.
Originally published on Sustainable Cities Collective via CityTownInfo.com
This infographic is worth your attention. It may not be breaking news that the global urban population is set to increase over the coming decades, but did you know about the green tech hub being built in Tianjin, China or the predicted boom in job opportunities for sustainable cities professionals?