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Why We Should Eat Organic Food

13th August 2012
So, what is so good about "Organic?" Generally, it is seen as an overpriced option in the vegetable aisle of the supermarket, that has probably been produced without using pesticides. Is there more to it than that? YES!Industrial farming really got going ... Read >
Author: katiekkk

Waste management using Biosphere Technology

22nd February 2011
Whether we accept it or not, we need reliable solution for the wastes problems in the Philippines. And landfill is not the answer. Aside from the fact that landfills exhaust lands that can be used for development, these landfills also take along problems ... Read >
Author: Elise Samson

Ancient Egyptian Coins

01st April 2010
In a society where most of the population made a living from agriculture and surpluses were small, trade was limited. The needs of the farming population were basic: grain for baking bread and brewing beer, dried fish, vegetables, some linen for a simple ... Read >
Author: Sadigh Gallery

What Causes Basements to Flood?

26th November 2009
Of all the headaches that a homeowner has to deal with, a flooded basement may be the most easily preventable. Outside of a major natural disaster such as a river flood or major hurricane, virtually all basements can be sealed against flooding with a litt... Read >
Author: Leo Nov

Five Immediate Benefits to Recycling Your Ink Cartridges

27th October 2009
Today, many individuals and organizations have a good understanding about the influence their lifestyles or activities have on the planet on which they live, work and play. Despite this knowledge, many items that can be recycled are tossed in the trash bi... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

How To Get the Best Faucet Water Filter For Your Family

09th July 2009
You probably already know that the best faucet water filter is not the most heavily advertised. However, it's not the cheapest, nor the most expensive either So how do you decide? It takes a little effort to find a truly effective faucet filter that will ... Read >
Author: Bob Goodhand

Cautions First: Toluene First Aid, Correct Handling And Proper Storage Procedures

27th April 2009
Toluene is a common compound widely used in many industries as a solvent in paints, lacquers, glues and explosives. Household items such as nail polish, inks, glues, and stain removers all contain toluene. Toluene is also present in cigarette smoke and ca... Read >
Author: joalesto

Humic Acid Benefits on Sandy Soils

19th December 2008
Sandy soils have almost the opposite problems of clay soils. That would stand to reason, as clay soils are made up of very small particles and sandy soils have larger particles. Particle size makes a huge difference in the way water, air and nutrients mov... Read >
Author: Casey Coke

Is Water a Renewable Resource?

05th March 2007
With water covering about 80% of our planet, one would think that our water resources are unlimited. However, upon closer inspection, we find that our water-resources at risk, and it is not as renewable as we may think. Here's why.All of our drinking wate... Read >
Author: jdudra
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