Do you harvest rainwater? Thinking about doing so? The team from Superwall Systems have two very special offers for Green Living Tips readers – generous discounts on the Superhead Rainwater Filter and the Supertank rainwater catchment modular system!
Many waterways around the world are becoming toxic stews – but there’s some simple things we can all do to help reverse this and to preserve aquatic environments.
While you may not have space or the cash to install a huge rain water tank, you’d be surprised how much water you can save through the use of a rain barrel. Simple to install, a rain barrel can be obtained for under a hundred dollars.
Water is something that most of us take for granted. While a human can survive for several weeks without food, we can only go a few days without water. Check out some facts on water and water consumption.
With continuing drought and water becoming scarce in many parts of the world, polymer crystals able to absorb many times their own weight in water will be of interest to many gardeners as a means of conserving the precious liquid.
We’re the proud owners of a blackwater recycling system; a step beyond greywater treatment. Everything that goes down our drains, including toilet water, is recycled. This article provides a overview of how blackwater treatment systems work.
With an estimated third of all water consumed in the average home used in flushing the toilet, these tips can help you reduce the impact of your toilet on the environment.
Hot showers are great, but they draw hugely on energy and water resources. Find out how to make your showering habits more earth friendly.
Don’t believe the hype. Your bottled water may have no health benefits and it’s certainly not helping the environment any.