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Enterprise Asset Management Systems

06th March 2012
Enterprise asset management (EAM) is a management approach built on the lines of Lean Manufacturing; the difference is that EAM is designed to make optimum usage of all physical assets which an organization possesses. It includes areas of aesthetics, arch... Read >
Author: eamguy

The right way to Setup Your Discus Aquarium

05th December 2011
Getting your own Discus aquarium can be a enjoyable and very rewarding experience. Having said that prior to starting up an aquarium it's important to understand that discus are rather sensitive to their environment, thus correct aquarium installation is ... Read >
Author: Adam White

Remote Tank Level Monitoring - Precisely why Choosing The Best Remote Tank Monitoring System Is Cru

06th May 2011
Telemetry applied to remote tank level monitoring has been implemented for some time in water plants, pump stations and effluent treatment methods. The capacity to have wireless observation in detached spots is definitely invaluable. If you are hunting fo... Read >
Author: heath elliott

Create a Neoclassical Water Fountain Courtyard

05th May 2011
Converting a garden space into an elegant water fountain courtyard takes only a little time and effort, and can add a beautiful, tranquil element to your home landscape. The Neoclassical style adds a sense of timeless luxury to your environment with readi... Read >
Author: Polly Godwin

My Plant Leaves AreTurning A Crispy Brown, Help

11th August 2010
Overwatering could be just as problematic as underwatering, here are signs you can watch for on for each of these situations; Leaves turn brown close to leaf margins and in between the veins or have dead patches in the middle. On lilies, generally the ... Read >
Author: Becky

Water is one of the most necessary things to all living creatures.

31st March 2010
Water is one of the most essential things to all living creatures. Human beings, animals as well as plants and all living things alike need water for their survival. Although water is a renewable natural resource, the amount of water that the earth ho... Read >
Author: Farid

Creative Water Recycling Ideas

30th March 2010
With many states in the US facing serious water shortages, ideas are being considered for creative ways to reuse or recycle the water already available. California, Florida, and Texas are three states currently considering recycling sewage water as a way ... Read >
Author: Stephanie Jacobs

What Is HDPE Pipe?

10th December 2009
Nowadays, people are replacing their ordinary pipes with HDPE pipes. They have actually studied the advantages and composition of the material. Hence installed HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) where ever required to avoid unnecessary problems. There are i... Read >
Author: Taneisha Jones

Water Feature Plants: How To Choose Plants For Your Outdoor Water Features

28th October 2009
One of the most interesting functionalities of a water feature is laying out a haven for plants. What if you transform a part of your long and wide patio into a beautiful pond or lagoon? That would be an exciting way to widen your planting enthusiasm with... Read >
Author: Amy C

Natural filtration systems

31st January 2009
Cleaning the pond regularly is essential for the healthy growth of the local pond ecosystem in your garden. The pond in your garden is a representative of a very complex habitat and the small and big creatures living there need a fresh and clean environme... Read >
Author: Travis Booth
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