Learning About Solar Panel Installations

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Learning About Solar Panel Installations

Construction Contractors: Do You Know What Your Hired Cement Truck Drivers Are Doing With Their Washout Slurry?

15 January 2016
Environmental, Articles

Do you own a construction company and hire subcontractors to mix and pour concrete foundations? If so, pay close attention to how those cement truck drivers take care of their trucks at the end of the day. If they aren't taking the proper measures to wash out their trucks' chutes hoppers, and drums, you could be contributing to environmental harm and leaving yourself susceptible to steep fines imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
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If A Tree Falls In The Forest And No One Listens: The 911 On Paper Recycling

15 September 2014
 Categories: , Articles

Paper accounts for as much as 27 percent of waste in landfills, more than anything else people in the United States dispose of. Cardboard and other paper products occupy 23.7 percent of the space in your trash can, and you may be using up to 10 thousand sheets of paper every year at work. That's a lot of paper in landfills, and too many trees being wasted. The need to do something is probably more urgent than you realize, but just what can you do?
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Learning About Solar Panel Installations

Hello, my name is Bob. When you elect to fit solar panels on your home, you must hire a skilled installer to fit the panels without damaging the structure. Solar panel installations put an excessive amount of stress on the existing roofing materials on your home. Thankfully, a skilled installer will use support materials to give the roofing materials a boost of strength. I will talk about these support materials and installation techniques in more detail on my site. Please follow along and learn all you can before choosing solar panels for your home. Thanks for visiting.