I will be showing the drain water heat exchanger at a booth at Greenfest Philadelphia on 9/11, from 10 AM to 4 PM. I would like to invite anyone who may be in the area to come out and enjoy the day and possibly stop by and visit. There will be food, music and education. Linked above is further information. Thank you.
Frequent commenter MarcoPolo suggests that I become less doctrinaire (my word, not his) in my writing. He points out: That’s the problem with wanting to ‘win’ an argument. Such claims may find acceptance with your own congregation of the converted, but only increase resentment and alienation with opponents, while those in the middle remain skeptical of both sides.Read more ›
During the winter, many business owners use propane gas to heat various areas in different office spaces since propane is a reliable energy source. If you need devices that are energy-efficient, affordable, and convenient, you’ll benefit from equipping your office with propane-powered heaters.
Cars are widely assumed to be bad for the environment: they guzzle gas like teenagers drink soda, they release pollutants into the atmosphere, and they utilize vehicle fluids that are harmful to plants, animals and humans alike. However, minimizing the impact of your personal car on the environment is not as difficult as it seems. Here are a few tips that can help both you and your automobile reduce your respective environmental footprints. Read more ›
Conservatories have become very popular over the last decade. Much of this is due to the advancement in technology solutions provided by the double glazing industry, as well as the need for more outdoor living and extra family space in urban areas.
Home owners realise that a conservatory adds significant value to their lives, with the extra space and all year round light, as well as the potential for an increase in the value of their home. Read more ›