Kids like looking after the environment once they can relate to the issues. Learn how to help your children understand energy efficiency.

Why Manufacturers Should Audit Their Cooling Tower Systems

17 November 2016
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Keeping cool isn't just something for families to worry about when Sydney's temperatures soar into the 40s. It's something that all industrial managers need to think about. The way you cool your production facilities impacts upon many key aspects of everyday operations, from energy and water efficiency to how well you can deal with production spikes, making it vital to keep your cooling towers in peak condition. With that in mind, here are three reasons to audit your cooling systems.
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When to Have a Residential Storm Water Pit Emptied and Inspected

21 September 2016
 Categories: , Blog

A residential storm water pit can help protect your home from water damage caused by rainwater collecting around the home's foundation. If rainwater doesn't drain away from your home properly, it puts pressure on the foundation which, in turn, can cause cracks to form. Water can also eventually soften a concrete slab so that it begins to crack under the weight of the home, allowing the home to shift and settle.
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Encouraging children to save energy

Kids like the idea of looking after the environment as soon as they can relate to the issues. I have been working on ways to make sure that my kids understand that the ways that they can help the environment, and how important small changes can be to save energy and the environment. They are some of the biggest cheerleaders of energy efficiency once they have understood how important it is. This blog has tips on how to teach children about saving energy as well as some resources to help provide positive reinforcement when they do save energy at home.