Thinking of Setting Up a Paperless Office?

Posted on: 13 December 2016
There has been a substantial rise in the occurrence of the paperless office in recent years. As mobile communications have increased in complexity and functionality, so fewer and fewer documents have been needed. Of course, for some companies there is a legal requirement to keep records over the course of several years and therefore some businesspeople have resisted the move toward greater digitisation. In fairness, most offices have some paperwork requirements and organisations which are genuinely paperless are thin on the ground.
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Easy Ways to Reduce Your Summer Energy Bills

Posted on: 20 June 2016
As summer approaches and temperatures heat up, you will be relying more on your air conditioner than ever before. Unfortunately, this also means a considerable hike in your energy bills. Follow these tips to help reduce those summer energy bills while still remaining cool. Clean Your Vents and Air Filters If you have too much built-up debris, it could cause your air conditioner to work harder that necessary, which increases your energy bills during the summer.
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How to Get the Most Out Of Your Kitchen Grease Trap Cleaning

Posted on: 27 April 2016
Grease traps are mostly used in restaurants and other commercial places where fats, oils, and grease are produced in plenty. While the idea of residential grease traps may not be common or popular, having one in your home will prevent the fats, oils, and grease from finding their way into your sanitary sewer lines and causing blockages among other problems. However, for the grease trap to work effectively, you need to maintain it well.
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The 2 Most Basic Choices for a Residential Wastewater Recycling System

Posted on: 29 January 2016
To cut down on your water bill and to use less of this natural resource, you may want to consider a type of wastewater recycling system for your home. This system will collect the water that runs into your home's sinks and bathtubs and then allow you to reuse it in some capacity. This water that you collect from the sinks and tubs is typically called grey water.  These recycling systems can be very basic and may be found in caravans and motor homes, whereas others are very complicated and expensive and hook up to your home's plumbing systems.
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