If you still have the remnants of last year's Christmas tree kicking around in your backyard, it is probably safe to assume you have other yard waste piled up, too. Many homeowners face the uncomfortable reality that even though yard waste can be composted or recycled, natural waste is often left to rot and decay at the edge of a property. If you are one of those homeowners, renting a dumpster and throwing a dumpster party may be the quickest way ever to clean up your yard and end your guilt about not composting it.
Monthly grease trap maintenance is an unavoidable fact of maintaining a commercial facility, especially in the food service and management industry. It's a dirty job, and many facilities managers are tempted to deal with this often messy and smelly task through the use of enzymes and other additives. The following takes a look at how enzymes are used to remove fats, oils, and grease (FOG) and the potential drawbacks of using such additives in your grease trap.
If you live in an urban condominium or single-family home, you may enjoy and take advantage of many of the benefits of living in a densely populated area, from easy access to world-class entertainment and award-winning medical centers to a richly diverse culture that discourages knee-jerk assumptions about others. However, one noted disadvantage of living in such tight quarters is the degree to which your choices and actions are dictated by those around you.
Solar power systems are relatively simple in terms of their components, as residential systems are comprised of panels and inverters, with batteries sometimes added. One additional component that is often found in these systems is a tracker. Solar trackers are designed to automatically aim the solar panels at the sun as it "moves" across the sky, thus maximizing available solar energy. They offer several advantages to fixed panels, but there are a few disadvantages you should be aware of as well.
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