Top Environmental Benefits of Scrap Metal Recycling
16 January 2017
In recent years, there has been increased public awareness on the need to protect the natural environment. People in developed economies like Australia now want their homes, businesses and industries to adopt strategies that can help utilise natural resources in an eco-friendly manner. Scrap metal recycling is one such strategy. It involves the recycling of old metal items so they can be given a new lease of life. Scrap metal recyclers purchase old metal from individuals, businesses or dealers, recycle it and then use it to make new products.
The Benefits of Environmental Monitoring
30 December 2016
Environmental monitoring is an assessment undertaken by environmental consultants. It is the process of gathering information before important work is to be taken out. It includes field monitoring to assess pre-treatment conditions of the area where work will take place. After that, each project will tend to differ depending on what type of job it is. Monitoring activities could include photographing the area, taking out surveys of the land and conducting vegetation surveys.
Intelligent ways of reducing noise pollution in buildings
15 December 2016
One of the most potent pollution in our daily lives is in the form of noise. Other than being annoying, this type of pollution can cause mental fatigue, psychological issues, and even deafness. Noise pollution can also disrupt your sleep, ongoing conversations and even physical rest, which may result in stress and irritability. This type of pollution needs to be reduced and contained to protect your mind and body from its negative effects and help you enjoy a comfortable and quiet life.
What Fire Extinguisher Is Best For Your Office?
3 June 2016
In order to keep your employees and your office premises safe, you should have at least one fire extinguisher on site. There are a number of different types of fire extinguishers available, so which variety should you choose? Read on for some helpful advice.
Office fire risk
Most office environments are heavily populated with computers, printers, photocopiers and the like, making the premises most at risk from fires originating in faulty electrical equipment.