Safety Tips for Double-Bagging Asbestos in Preparation for Disposal

Once an asbestos abatement company removes the material from a building, safe disposal is next. It is vital to treat the disposal process seriously since simple mistakes can expose carcinogenic material. Unfortunately, it is easy to let your guard down during asbestos disposal, leading to asbestos fibres contamination and hefty fines by local authorities. Thus, observing strict asbestos disposal precautions is paramount. This article highlights tips for the proper disposal of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs).

Solar Power Storage: Understanding the Factors Reducing Lead Acid Battery Life

Lead acid batteries are beneficial for storing the energy harnessed by solar photovoltaic panels during the day. If you install these deep cycle, solar power storage units in your home, you will be able to utilise the excess energy generated for use after the sun sets. In ideal conditions, lead-acid batteries can provide extended service after purchase. The projected lifespan is often included on the product details sheet by the manufacturer.

Sound It Out: Dealing With Environmental Noise

Your home is meant to be a safe space where all the worries of the workplace melt away - where you can relax alone or with family and friends, unperturbed by the world around you.  Unfortunately, that's simply not always how things pan out.  Whether you live in an urban neighbourhood, a rural one or somewhere in-between, there's a chance you may be suffering from local environmental noise.  This can range from traffic to loud music to round-the-clock barking.

Bush Regeneration: 3 Basic Principles

Bush regeneration is designed to restore the Australian Outback to its natural state. If you own an area of land in the outback, you may be interested in regenerating the bush which covers the area. In order to start the process of bush regeneration, it is important that you understand the basic principles of bush regeneration. Below is a guide to 3 basic principles of bush regeneration. Identify Native Plants and Trees

Ewaste: What Is It And How Can You Dispose Of It?

In recent years, e-waste has become of grave concern in Australia. This type of waste covers a vast assortment of electrical gadgets, equipment and appliances that have become obsolete. With technology evolving at such a fast-paced rate, the e-waste that is produced by households is growing exponentially. As a result, landfills are becoming filled with this waste, which is hazardous or the environment. Read on to find out what is contained in e-waste and what would be the best way to dispose of these materials.