Diesel Fuel Conservation Products That Are Better For The Environment

Diesel engines, by the very nature of their construction, conserve on fuel. What if you could add other products to your engine that could make your diesel fuel work even harder for you? You could drive farther and haul more. If you are new to diesel engines, here are few products you can find at a "diesel depot" that can do just that. Diesel Injector Cleaner This is a bottled product that you add to your tank before adding gas.   Read More...

3 Powerful Ways to Go Green with Your Septic Tank

Do you use a septic tank or are you planning to build a house in a rural area where you will need one? While septic tanks are usually excellent at doing their job, they sometimes crack, leak, or overflow, which is bad for the environment. You don't want the contents of your septic tank getting into the groundwater supply around your house. If you are concerned about making your septic tank more environmentally friendly, there are ways to do it.   Read More...

Don't Purchase A Home Without Testing For Lead First

A house is most often a warm and inviting place. Unfortunately, some homes can also be dangerous. This is particularly the case when it comes to lead. Lead is a very toxic metal that was used in a number of household products in years past. If you are in the process of purchasing a home, don't overlook the benefit professional lead testing may be able to offer you. Where Is Lead Found?   Read More...

How You Can Stop the Spread of Smog

Smog is a problem in many cities around the world, and it causes health problems when you breathe it in. You may not have to worry about smog in the future, however. Below is information how smog can affect your body, as well as how you can help cities you live in be smog-free. Smog When you breathe in smog, it goes to your heart and lungs. If you currently have problems, such as asthma, bronchitis, and heart problems, smog can make your symptoms worse.   Read More...

The Dos And Don'ts Of Residential Dumpster Rental

Renting a dumpster is a great way to help declutter your home, clean up during a room renovation, or clear out your house before you move. If you've never before rented a dumpster for residential use, there are a few guidelines to follow to help make the experience one that's beneficial for both you and for the company from which you're renting. Keep these dos and don'ts in mind when renting a dumpster for home use:   Read More...