One of the main goals when purchasing solar panels for your home is having the ability to rely only on solar power. This clean power source can help reduce your carbon footprint and energy costs. If you have a large family in your home, then there is typically going to be a larger need for power and electricity use. Multiple televisions, chargers, electronics, bathroom accessories, and cooking elements can all contribute to the power needs in your home.
As a restaurant owner, there are several benefits to making your business more sustainable and eco-friendly. Not only is doing so better for our planet, but you will also save money on utility bills, garner good press in your city's dining publications, and possibly even be eligible for sustainable business awards. Going green at your restaurant isn't especially complicated or expensive, either. Here are five ideas for making your restaurant more green:
According to Feeding America, approximately 70 billion pounds of food goes to waste in America each year. Not only does food waste hurt your wallet—you may as well be throwing money directly into the trash—it contributes to global warming, because food that ends up in landfills produces methane gas when it rots. Here are three tips for reducing food waste that will help you save money and reduce you environmental impact.
It's easy to find space for a dumpster you rented from Tri-State Disposal when you have a relatively flat driveway or plenty of open lawn. But if you live in a community with steep driveways or where yard space is at a premium, the street may be your only option for parking your dumpster. Keeping your dumpster on the street can seem like an aggravating experience, but these tips can help make the entire process smoother and easier on you, your neighbors and even the dumpster rental company.