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Home Improvements Which Also Save the Planet

Hello! If you are looking to make home improvements, you are in the right place. My name is Daniel and this blog is going to display my thoughts and recommendations about how you can make home improvements to your property and the surrounding landscape which will make your home more comfortable while also helping to protect the environment and prevent pollution. I am no expert, but over the past couple of years, I have been speaking with experts and learning all that I can about this fascinating subject. I hope the articles on my blog are informative and interesting. Enjoy!

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Environmental Noise Management Strategies
21 September 2018

Noise exists at home, in the workplace, on the roa

3 Signs You Have a Defective Septic System in Your Home
30 April 2018

If your home is not connected to the sewer system,

Creative ways of harnessing solar power around the home
24 April 2018

When most people think of harnessing solar power a

The Role Of Civil Engineers In Sustainable Cities
17 April 2018

Civil engineers are responsible for planning citie

Using Topsoil in Your New Garden
14 April 2018

If you want the plants in your new garden to reall

Environmental Noise Management Strategies

Noise exists at home, in the workplace, on the road, and in public places. Environmental noise management refers to practices aimed at controlling the level of noise pollution. This is especially so when the sound levels become a nuisance to a vast majority of people risking their hearing ability or making them lose concentration.  Below are environmental noise management practices that are employed to reduce noise pollution in various areas.  Read More 

3 Signs You Have a Defective Septic System in Your Home

If your home is not connected to the sewer system, you probably have a septic tank which collects wastewater from the home. In most homes, septic systems are usually located at the far end of the yard away from the house. Due to its location and the nature of its function, the septic system is the most neglected part of the plumbing system in most homes. However, without it, there would be no way to manage the waste water from your kitchen, laundry room, toilet, and shower. Read More 

Creative ways of harnessing solar power around the home

When most people think of harnessing solar power around the home, they immediately picture solar panels installed on rooftops. Indeed, this type of solar energy presents numerous benefits for multiple premises, but solar power extends far beyond that. There are many other ways in which you can harness solar energy for use in the home. This article will explore some of those innovative ways and how you can get on board. Read More 

The Role Of Civil Engineers In Sustainable Cities

Civil engineers are responsible for planning cities from building construction to the infrastructure. Civil engineers have a duty to create cities that are conducive for living and working. This includes having places like parks and playgrounds where people can interact socially. In addition, more and more countries are embracing eco-friendly lifestyles which include alternative energy options. It is, therefore, the duty of civil engineers and the civil engineering field to integrate the new upcoming technologies to create sustainable cities. Read More 

Using Topsoil in Your New Garden

If you want the plants in your new garden to really bloom, you will need to make sure that you use soil which is rich in nutrients. If you use soil which does not offer the proper support to the plants you wish to grow, they are likely to struggle and may even die. The first thing you need to do when planting anything in your new garden is a soil test. Read More