The current world population is now clocked at 7 billion. This huge number can be looked at as fearsome when you think about sustainability of resources, especially in terms of the production of crops and plant food sources. You have to consider limitations in the agriculture industry, such as high costs of energy that could affect food production and subsequently bring about a worldwide food scarcity. The good thing is there are still future-minded people who focus their attention and use their knowledge to think of advancements that will help this industry cope with the ever growing demands.

An effective way of growing plants is by cultivating them in a greenhouse. Here, all factors can be controlled for the optimum growth of crops at shorter periods. If you can control the temperature and humidity, regulate how much water the plants get and avoid pests from destroying your crops, you will have a better harvest and at the same time lengthen your harvest season. This is why agriculturists and scientists have combined forces to come up with advancements to further improve greenhouse technology.

Liquid Foam Technology

One problem in greenhouse planting is the extreme heat that gets trapped inside during the summer season. This stresses the plants which affects the quality of the fruits and decreases productivity. Cooling pads and shade cloths have been used to address this issue. These methods can reduce the amount of solar heat that enters the greenhouse and decreases the temperature inside. Currently, a new technology has been developed for this. It uses liquid foam that is distributed between layers of polyethylene films. When compared to a shading curtain, up to 6oC difference in temperature was noted. Further, they have also observed an increase in humidity and the length of time the temperature remains cool.

LED for Lighting Greenhouses

Plants need to have the correct temperature and the right light in order to grow. Most greenhouses have been using high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps for this purpose. However, with the evolution of light-emitting diodes (LEDs), the possibility of using this to replace HPS has been studied and these studies came to great conclusions.

First of all, you have to go back to the basics of plant growth. It undergoes photosynthesis, where it takes carbon dioxide from the environment and gives off oxygen. A pigment responsible for efficient photosynthesis is called chlorophyll and plants need the right light to absorb this pigment. According to studies, the optimal absorption of chlorophyll happens when plants are exposed to lights of a specific wavelength (455nm to 660nm), which the spectrum of HPS lamps does not meet. In effect, only 7% of the light emitted by HPS lamps is absorbed by plants. It is also worth noting that HPS lamps use up huge electrical energy when operated. LED lamps on the other hand can be designed to meet the light spectrum requirement of plants thus allowing for better growth. Further, LED is a very energy-saving type of light, which is why most households are also converting to it. Today, LED designs are continually improved to deliver wavelengths that meet chlorophyll absorption spectra for the healthy growth of plants at a much lower cost.

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With the summer approaching, it might seem like a strange time to start worrying about lowering your energy bills. In reality, now is the best time to take action to cut costs and do your bit for the planet.

Your boiler is one of the most important cogs in your home’s energy engine; but it is a cog that can be replaced for something much more efficient. In recent years, there has been a growing trend towards using wood – yes, wood – to heat homes. Here we take a look at so-called Biomass Heating Systems, and how they can help you save on your energy costs:

How does a Biomass heating system work?

There are two main ways you can use wood – or biomass – to heat your home:

  • The first, is a standalone log or wood burning stove which will heat a single room
  • The second is a biomass boiler that is connected to a central heating and hot water system to heat an entire property

Traditional log burning stoves and fireplaces have been a prominent feature of homes for years, but this movement towards a fully integrated biomass boiler and heating system is a new concept designed to improve the energy efficiency of a property.

Generally, the biomass – which consists of wood pellets and other products – is fed into the heating system automatically using a fuel feeder. This is then refilled at regular intervals providing a totally automated heating solution. This is in stark contrast to log stoves that have to be filled with wood by hand.

So, how do these boilers work?

The biomass pellets are fed into a special chamber, where an electric probe ignites the material. The combustion is then monitored via thermostats and a microprocessor to adjust the fuel supply and fan speed.  Gasses are then passed through a heat exchanger, converting the gasses to water which can then be circulated around your standard central heating system.

Because of this unique process, a biomass boiler can be more than 90% efficient than a traditional gas boiler or central heating system. If you’re looking to save on your heating bills and reduce your carbon footprint then, biomass boilers really are a smart choice.

Moreover, biomass boilers are a great heating alternative for homes that are not on the main gas grid. Owners of these properties can find themselves spending a small fortune having gas piped into their homes at regular intervals. With an automated biomass boiler, there is no need to worry about running out of gas during a cold winter.

The cost of installing one of these energy efficient heating systems in your home is entirely dependent on the size of your home and whether you want it to provide all of the heating and hot water for your home.

The smallest biomass boiler starts at around £3,000, but if you require an installation to look after all your domestic heating and hot water you’ll be looking at paying about £11,500. Obviously, these are ballpark figures and will depend on a number of factors, so it is important to get a professional quote.

As you can see then, heating your home with a wood or biomass based system is one of the best ways to drive down your energy bills and improve your homes energy efficiency. And once you begin noticing a real difference and saving money, you’ll wonder how you ever coped without one.

Powertricity is a leading commercial and domestic electricians in Redditch, UK providing a range of services including security lighting, EICRS and more. Visit the website today to find out more.

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Why am I blogging about soil treatment technology?

Recently I underwent a tour at a local contaminated soil treatment facility. While some of you may already be yawning, it was an interesting day out for me as growing up as a child in Lymm I would see this huge hill everyday on the way to school and wonder what and where it was. And I learnt a lot more than just where the hill is and what it is when I finally went to the facility.

The Technology behind Contaminated Soil Treatment

On my trip to the facility they went into great detail on how they treated the contaminated soil and more importantly, the technology that allowed them to treat the soil. The main piece of kit used at the contaminated soil facility was a huge ventilation system that works like this…

The Ventilation System

The ventilation system is at the core of the soil treatment facility it is what speed up the soil treatment process by an almost unbelievable amount. It does this by pulling air through the contaminated soil and dispensing of the air at an exit point far away from the pad (a pad is lingo for where the contaminated soil pile sits).

But I didn’t like that explanation, I wanted to know if it was just a glorified ventilation system or did it have any special features and that is when I got a surprise. A problem with pulling the air through the soil is that it has to be very powerful current of air to pull the air through these dense pads of contaminated soil and with it being such a powerful pull, many other bits and bobs come with the air including water.

Now I know what you are thinking, “Water, so just let it leave with the air” unfortunately this is not the case as this water is also pulling materials through the soil and what they pull is often contaminated materials like petrol or gas. This makes it illegal to dump the water not to mention all the ethical issues associated with dumping contaminated water. The ventilation therefore has to be equipped with a filtering system to separate the air and water. This is done in a tank that retains the water and allows the air through a special permeable material.

But the journey does not end there. Have you ever smelt contaminated soil? It does not provide a happy working environment to say the least. So they had to devise a way of stopping this contaminated air spreading its smell around the workplace and they did by a combination of two things. Having an exit far away from the soil treatment site and not allowing any air to escape on the way to the exit hole which they do by covering the tubes in compost. This blocks any air escaping.

The Ventilation System in Simple Terms

Breaking it down for all those people who just want fast facts:

There is a vacuum underneath the pads on which the contaminated soil sits out

  • This vacuum pulls the air through the contaminated soil allowing more air to reach the contaminated soil. The clean air is a catalyst for the soil treatment.
  • The vacuum also pulls moisture and water through the ventilation system. This water is contaminated with said contaminant in the soil and therefore needs to be disposed off or treated safely.
  • The water and air reach a filtering chamber where the air is able to pass through and the water is trapped.
  • The air then heads from tubes to an exit point located far away from the facility which stops the smell affecting the work site. Compost is also put onto these pipes in order to stop the smell escaping whilst on the way to the exit point. This is also done for health and safety reasons as some contaminates can be dangerous like methane.
    And that is how the ventilation system works.

This article is brought to you by Biogenie; specialists in contaminated soil disposal.

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LED bulbs can have a huge influence on how much a business or household spends on energy costs, especially if they use a lot of light. Factories, stores and even schools or hospitals are taking advantage of energy efficient benefits, and maybe you should consider them as well. You can simply replace existing bulbs with LED as they burn out, and you will be amazed at their efficiency, consistent brightness and overall performance. Not only that, but the quality of the light is great and easier on the eyes.  Best of all, operating costs on your back pocket and the environment are very low. You can always see a huge decrease in your monthly electric bill as soon as you swap to LED lights.

LED bulbs use about 90% less energy than traditional bulbs, and they last about 25 times longer. This is no joke, and as technology improves, so do these numbers. Consider the aggregate savings you can experience over the course of time from reduced energy costs as well from not having to replace bulbs as frequently. Think about the positive environmental effects you can achieve just by swapping over the light bulbs you use. They are easy to install and maintain, and it only takes about two or three months to recover from the initial investment in most cases.

You don’t need to invest in a lot of retrofitting or other expensive modifications, and the transition can begin as soon as new bulbs are installed. Working with the right consultant, vendor, supplier or retailer can connect users with more savings as well. This is definitely a winning opportunity that any property owner should consider, and the annual savings can be remarkable. As people and businesses look for ways to help save the environment, this is an easy solution that requires minimal investment or time.

LED bulbs are being installed in buildings around the world, and their quality is identical, if not better than traditional bulbs. Investing now can begin to introduce savings that can span decades.  Factories, schools and public buildings have all been introducing LED systems over the last few years and the proof is in the pudding, so to speak. This is a reliable and efficient option that is saving people tons of money while creating a more comfortable environment to work, study and live in. Let not forget the massive impact on carbon emissions you can make just by swapping light bulbs.

Take the first step and discover how you can find the perfect LED light bulbs for your particular needs for prices that are surprisingly reasonable. You can stop replacing bulbs and throwing money out the window simply by upgrading your lights to include LED. This technology is here to stay, and it will only get better over the course of time. Whether you want to replace home lighting, ceiling or lobby lights or you want to upgrade your elevators, entry, stairwell or emergency systems, using LED bulbs provides better light for less money, and at a smaller environmental cost.

Do your research to make sure you are getting the best prices available by going to your local hardware store as well as searching the internet for the best deals. Make sure to work with a retailer who can provide your home or building with the best solutions, and you can save more money and get started on this project today. Whether you are going to change bulbs one by one or do everything at one time, each old bulb you discard and replace will lead to more comfort, money in the bank and a better future for your children.

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If you are living in an area where sufficient wind blows regularly, it is a great idea to consider generating and using wind energy. Along with reducing dependence on electricity and fossil energy, the wind energy will further help you in contributing towards reducing the dangers of global warming.

Based on your average energy usage, you can choose from several residential wind turbines, and power your home through 100% clean and renewable energy. alekogreenenergy

Renewable Energy Source: In comparison to other energy forms, wind energy is 100% clean, green and renewable. The wind turbines are designed to capture energy from wind and convert the energy into electricity. So your home can be powered with electricity generated from independent and natural energy resources available in plenty.

Small and Portable Equipment: A homeowner can always decide the design and size of the wind generator based on his average energy usage. Most of these residential wind turbines are much smaller than satellite dishes. So the hardware can be installed irrespective of the size and structure of your property. However, the turbine must be installed at a location, where it can capture a huge amount of wind regularly.

Lower Energy Cost: As per the information released by the U.S. Department of Energy, the cost of generating wind energy is almost equal to the cost of starting a coal plant. But the wind turbine will generate electricity over a many years without incurring any operational expenses. Also, the portable wind turbines can help you in reducing your monthly energy bills, along with providing a green alternative to electricity and fossil fuel.

No Environmental Pollution: Unlike some other energy generators, the wind turbines do not cause any harm or damage to our environment. Also, the turbines generate energy without any emission. So your family can use 100% clean and green energy throughout the year without contributing towards global warming. Many homeowners even encourage their friends and neighbors to start generating and using wind energy to save the planet.

Help the Society: You can consider using wind power to benefit the society and economy. With more and more people installing wind power generators, a substantial decrease will be noted in the oil imports. At the same time, the wind energy generation will further provide a sustainable income source to many families and small business owners. Further, the amount of funds saved by homeowners by reducing electricity usage will contribute towards promoting savings and investments.

When you decide to install wind power generators at your home, you have to invest funds in buying and installing the hardware. But a wind turbine will power your home through green energy over a longer period of time, without requiring frequent maintenances and operational expenses.

Contented by Alekogreenenergy.com

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Green technology is no longer a niche market – the importance of clean, efficient, environmentally-friendly technology has become a crucial, influencing everything from commercial business and energy production to lifestyle and leisure activities.

In this post week look ahead to the technologies, techniques and groundbreaking green innovations that are expected to alter the future of energy usage on our planet.


Solar Towers

Most solar-powered electricity is generated using solar panels, which are assemblages of photovoltaic cells used to directly produce electricity for commercial and residential use, but an important technology for the future will be solar towers. These constructions use an array of mirrors to direct sunlight at a tower, creating a solar furnace to boil water or liquid sodium to power turbines and generate electricity.

There are several existing examples of solar towers around the world including those at Jülich in Germany, the PS10 near Seville in Spain and Sierra Sun Tower in the United States. Several more are due to be completed in 2013 such as Ivanpah Solar Power Facility and Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project, both in the United States, which are designed to be much more productive and efficient than the solar towers that are currently operating.


Artificial Photosynthesis

The future of energy production looks certain to feature solar power, but exactly how the power of sun will be captured presents a selection of interesting alternatives. One of the most attractive is the possibility of artificial photosynthesis – copying the natural process that plants and other organisms use to capture the power of sunlight to create energy. In the natural world photosynthesis occurs in various ways, but in general terms plants use carbon dioxide and water in a sunlight-powered chemical reaction that produces sugar and oxygen.

Humanmade photosynthesis is something of a scientific holy grail – the process could result in much more efficient and productive energy than our current solar-powered energy – but already encouraging developments are taking place. Companies such as Joule Unlimited have produced processes that closely replicate photosynthesis to create fuel and electronics giant Panasonic has invested heavily in photosynthesis technology. 2013 could well be the year that this form of green fuel tech really takes off.


Algae Biofuel

Biofuel is recognized as a real alternative to using fossil fuels to power cars and other vehicles, but the problem is that most biofuel has so far been made using corn ethanol. Using corn to produce this fuel is relatively inefficient and uses agricultural land and crops which could arguably be better used to feed people and livestock.

The new alternative to fossil fuels and corn-based biofuel is algae biofuel. Algae can be grown in tanks exposed to the sunlight – meaning much less land is used than in growing corn; the process employs waste water and is much less harmful if spilled than fossil fuels. Once the algae has grown it can be burnt to power engines. Although the burning process releases CO2, unlike burning fossil fuels this CO2 has been captured from the atmosphere by the growing algae so has far less impact on climate change.


Algae Food

Another extremely useful way that green technology can harness the power of algae is in food production. Feeding the world’s booming human population is a major problem – but algae could provide the solution. As with algae fuel the organisms can be grown in land-efficient tanks of waste water, used to make fats, oils and sugars or provide fertilizer and animal feed in agriculture, and the process offers the added bonus of fixing CO2 from the atmosphere thus helping reduce greenhouse gases.


Green IT

As we depend more and more on digital technology for all aspects of our lives and work the importance of green IT, also known as ICT sustainability, is a growing concern. In the coming years the way that computers, servers, information systems and other computing technology is produced, used and disposed of will be increasingly focussed on the principles of green technology.

Along with ensuring that we use sustainable materials and processes for making computers, developers are producing software that guarantees that these machines are running efficiently, programs that work in the background to reduce energy requirements and maximise output while reducing environmental impact.


Recycling e-Waste

A key element of green IT is recycling e-waste: reusing the materials, plastics and precious metals that are contained in our computers, phones, tablets and other digital technology.

The rapid turnover of technology as these items are updated and become obsolete means that there is a growing scrap heap of e-waste, and in the coming years our techniques for recycling these materials will become ever-more important in environmental efficiency.

Alex Morris is a writer for a printer inks firm in Manchester, England. Our ink cartridges are fully recyclable and we encourage green practices throughout our business, including using plant based washing up liquid. There’s no need for superfluous chemicals.

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Investing in a solar system is a difficult task because solar systems are expensive and while they pay off their value over the years, it is important to make sure that the installation is done professionally and properly. This can help your solar system work perfectly not simply for the climate in your region but also for ensuring the smooth and uninterrupted operation of the system. There are some qualities that you should be looking for in the right solar installers and doing enough research can help you locate all of those qualities in one place.

Spending Time Looking Around

Most people tend to fall for the installation advice that their solar system sales associate might give them but you do not have to consider it very seriously. This is because while the sales associate might know exactly how the system works for you, he or she might not have professional skills of installing the entire mechanism.

Insurance and Licensing

It is very important for the solar installation company you choose to have insurance for all of their installers. They should also have the required licensing in the particular state in which they operate because in case there is any accident while installing your solar system, you will not be held liable.

Accreditation from a local body like North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners is essential because you are guaranteed of the level of skill and reliability of solar installers. In case the company is not accredited by such a body, they need to be able to prove that they have been working for at least three years. Try getting feedback from their previous clients to find out their level of satisfaction with the installation procedure.

Other Factors to Consider

Another thing to consider before you decide the deal with a solar installation company is whether they are comfortable installing the brand of solar system that you have purchased. The installer should have experience installing such a brand before and if you can find someone who does, then they are definitely a better option for you.

It is extremely important to meet with the team of your solar installers before you finalize anything; make sure you especially talk to the people who will be doing the physical work. Are they confident with the equipment and the location where the system is to be installed? Are they comfortable answering your questions and do they seem like professional and experienced people? There is a lot that you can judge from the body language and information that they provide to you.

Many people who don’t invest this time searching around often end up with possible injuries and liabilities, malfunctioning equipment, rocky operation of the solar system and very little value of your investment. A good way of finding a company is to ask around from friends, family members and co-workers who have a solar system in their home. If multiple customers can provide happy testimonials of the work, the solar installers did then that is one of the strongest points.

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The increasing trend of people opting for solar panels to provide energy for their buildings or homes is hardly just a fad. Solar energy is proving itself as a viable source of energy, the demand for which increases every day; in fact, it is estimated that in another 20 or so years, it will account for 50 percent of all energy produced. Lack of knowledge regarding the technology and misconceptions that are prevalent can make some people hesitant about ‘going green’. However, upon closer examination, it is plain to see that any apprehensions are unnecessary.

What Are Solar Panels?

A solar panel is a collective of photovoltaic cells (solar cells) that are connected to a solar energy system in order to produce electricity. A solar cell is able to create electricity when exposed to direct light, through the photovoltaic effect. The number of panels you need to install in your home, office or other building depends on your average monthly energy consumption, as well as what type of solar panels you decide to use. The main types are as follows:

  • Monocrystalline Silicon panels- these panels are the best quality available presently and they have and excellent rate of efficiency. This means that they cost slightly more as well, but this will pay off as you will probably need less of them than other types anyway.
  • Polycrystalline Silicon panels- these are only marginally less costly than the previous category and have a lower silicon content. Apart from that they perform quite well in warmer temperatures and have an equally long life, that is 25 years.
  • Amorphous Silicone Panels- these are the least efficient kind of panel, but they are inexpensive and suitable for use in large numbers. They are not as long lasting as crystalline panels though.

Optimize the Use of Solar Panels

When making the choice of solar panels MA, it is not simply enough to make the purchase and install them. There are a few steps you can take to ensure that you receive the maximum amount of benefit from your investment, such as:

  • Replacing ordinary appliances with solar powered or at least energy efficient ones. This will make sure that you effectively cut down on your costs and also do not put too much strain on your home solar system.
  • Improve the insulation and natural ventilation of your house, to cut down on HVAC costs.
  • Place your solar panels on a south facing wall or roof, where they can absorb the maximum amount of sunlight and therefore, work to their fullest potential.
  • Assess the amount of solar radiation you receive in your area ad decide upon the type and number of solar panels accordingly.

These factors, coupled with the most minimum maintenance and upkeep will secure your investment in solar energy for the long haul.

Save On Your Energy Bill

Despite the expensive nature of solar energy systems initially, they earn back their worth in terms of savings in the long run. You will be able to avoid increasing energy costs, as you will have an independent source. Moreover, if you save the considerable amount of surplus energy produced by solar cells, you can use it at any time and not be subject to power outages or shortfalls either. On the other hand, if you opt for a grid-tied system, you can benefit from selling the surplus energy from your solar panels MA to the utility company.

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We can’t deny the importance of renewable energy; some may consider green living a hippy trend, but with the inevitable end of fossil fuels closer each day, reconsidering the way we power the modern world is essential. Renewable energy offers both economic and ecological benefits for the whole country and by the year 2020 the UK Government promises that at least 20% of the UK’s energy will be created by renewable sources. Other governments have pledged similar targets. When it comes to eco-friendly power that’s affordable and realistic, solar power in particular looks set to have a very bright future. Let’s take a look at why this is:

It’s getting cheaper

If there’s one way to encourage people to switch energy resources at this time, it has to be lower costs. Everyone is looking for ways to cut back in this tough economic climate, and the good news is it’s getting more affordable to choose solar power. Lower costs all began with the lack of subsidies – and lack of demand – in recent years, meaning manufacturers had to make their products cheaper to attract consumers. This was coupled with the fact the technological advancements are making it easier, and cheaper, to produce solar tech. Increased competition has also encouraged lower prices, with western solar providers having to meet the low cost of China and other low cost manufacturers. Solar power is now at a cost level that is similar to other alternative energy sources which can only be good for the whole sector in the long term.

It’s getting easier

It used to be the case that only those with excessive savings and a lot of green knowledge could get their hands on solar panels; but more and more renewable energy providers are popping up and providing everything you need to run your home in an eco-friendly manner. It’s never been easier to get to grips not only with the benefits of solar, but to understand how to set-up within your home enjoy the financial rewards too.

It’s getting better

Not only is solar power getting cheaper and easier to use, solar power cell production is getting more efficient, making your investment more worthwhile. Solar panels are being produced to a higher standard in terms of lifespan and energy efficiency, improving the future of solar energy exponentially – this will only get better still. In particular scientists are working on using hot wires in place of the existing plasma-CVD process, though that won’t mean much to the average solar panel user!

It’s getting prettier

Of course alongside the scientific advancements of solar panels there are aesthetic improvements, attractive to those with an eye for design. Whilst solar panels can appear somewhat as an eyes-sore, advancements have seen the first solar technology that looks like a pane of glass. These breakthrough transparent designs provide new possibilities in solar power technology; perhaps the homes of the future will have solar panel windows? Still in their infancy, glass-like panels are sure to find a place in modern energy solutions of the future.

There is certainly a future for the solar industry and time will only tell how big this future is. As time progresses we will have no poption but to turn to energy sources that dont rely of fossil fuels.

This article was provided as a guest post by R.A. Labone Plastic Injection Moulding who provide parts to the solar industry.

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It is important to use eco-friendly home products to save our planet. Global warming is the major problem in today’s world. To reduce pollution you need to shift to green home products. By using these green products you can not only save the environment but can also save your money. Technology is introducing many new eco-friendly gadgets. Purchase these green home products to stay healthy. Some of the green home products include

  • Solar candle: It looks similar to the real and genuine candle. You can charge these candles by keeping them in sunlight. By using natural solar energy the device gets charged up. This reduces your electricity charges. They can provide enough lighting for the home. If you are looking for an eco-friendly home device which gives bright light to your home then solar candle is the right choice for you.
  • Powered H2O shower radio: This smart radio is embedded into the shower and it is proved to be eco-friendly product which doesn’t harm the environment. It is made up of hydrodynamics which automatically generates the desired energy. The generated energy charges the battery which is popularly known as on-board batteries.
  • Remote control Leopard: To save energy reduces the usage of electrical remotes and batteries. Technology introduced solar mechanical remote controls. This remote gets charged up by the room lights and by using the sunlight.
  • Bedol water mechanical clock: This excellent watch works by using the natural resource of earth i.e. Water. Using salty water, electrodes generate electricity. This eco-friendly home gadget is available in different shapes and sizes. Select the one which comes within your budget.
  • Eco cleanser: This is a powerful device which gives clean and fresh look to your dishes. It works by using the ultra-sonic waves and ionizes the food present on the dishes.
  • Solar Gas Furnace: This is an effective gas furnace which offers numerous benefits to the users. It is one among the popular green product which helps in green living.
  • Light bulbs: If you are thinking to replace light bulbs, opt for a fluorescent light bulb. This helps in preventing the greenhouse gases.
  • Paints: If you are planning to renovate your home think about the green home paints. Select the best quality paints that are free from formaldehyde, non-crystalline silica, free from acetone that has low VOC. Make sure that you check these elements before purchasing paints which contributes to a green environment
  • Kitchen countertops: Buy the kitchen countertops that are made from recycled materials. Counter tops which are made from glass will be 100% recycled.
  • Eco-friendly building products: Use sustainable building products for your home. For instance select wood materials. Timber is proved to the best green material which doesn’t harm the environment.
  • Battery charger: opt for the rechargeable battery which doesn’t release harmful gases into the environment.
  • Battery free flashlight: This is a handy device which is useful in case of power outage. You can not only save money but can contribute to an eco-friendly environment.
  • Solar products: If you are looking to save your electricity bills then switch to the energy efficient eco-friendly solar products. There are different solar appliances for your home like solar water heaters , ovens, cookers, PV modules etc. Make your home green by purchasing these equipments.

Author Bio : Hey All! I’m Lucy. I like adventures and love to travel .Coming to my professional life, I work as a ppi claims agent at a reputed organisation in Manchester.

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