Let’s face it, composting isn’t for everyone. Some people live in apartments, others have limited garden space and some just don’t want to have to deal with the odour and potential mess of collecting kitchen waste. Yet, there could be an innovative way to turn your food waste into usable compost in a much shorter… Read More »Are Electric Composters the Future of Composting?
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Car sharing is a prominent examples of the sharing economy. Whilst it can refer to services such as Uber which allows car owners to operate as a taxi service, this article will be investigating the potential environmental benefits of services which allow people to borrow cars for personal use as and when needed, such as… Read More »Environmental Benefits of Car Sharing Services
Cleaning products can be harmful to the environment for numerous reasons. Firstly, many cleaning ingredients contain palm oil. As you can read here, palm oil has some serious environmental and social consequences. Secondly, many commercial cleaners will involve toxic chemicals. When these chemicals go down your toilet, sink, dishwashers and many more appliances, the chemicals… Read More »The Best Natural Cleaning Product Recipes
Have you considered using home delivery meal kits but thought that, due to the individually wrapping ingredients, it’s worse for the environment? According to research meal kits may actually be better for the environment than your average supermarket shop. The food system is estimated to comprise 19–29% of global man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Over the… Read More »The Environmental Benefits of Meal Kits
Smart meters measure and show your real-time energy and electricity use in the home, as well as how much it is costing you. Additionally, your smart meter will automatically send the information over to your supplier, cutting out the need to read your gas and electricity meters. This is where smart meters differ from energy… Read More »Smart Meters: What Are They and How To Get One
Composting recycles food and other organic waste into a natural fertiliser, rich in nutrients, which can be used to enrich soil and plants. Anything that grows will naturally decompose. Composting speeds up this process by providing an ideal environment for bacteria, fungi and other decomposing organisms (e.g. worms) to help break down the organic matter.… Read More »Composting: Benefits, Uses and How to Do It