Monthly Archives: July 2013

If you understand what your ecological footprint is, you can then understand the changes you can make to have a more sustainable life. WWF’s ecological footprint calculator will work out your personal footprint, based on the way you live your life today – such as what you eat, where you live, how you travel, the…

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When building your new home, it is important to consider building sustainably. There are several things to think about when building a sustainable home, and things that need to be considered during the design phase when speaking with your builder or architect. Grand Design Australia identified 6 key areas that can be discussed with your…

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The cold winter weather has arrived just in time for Christmas in July. To celebrate, we are offering a special Christmas in July promotion. If you place an order with BioSeptic or Sydney Water Tanks and we receive your deposit by 31st July 2013, you will receive a free Christmas hamper to enjoy now. To…

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With winter now in full swing, many people are thinking about the best way to keep their families warm while saving money with rising energy costs.  This article will outline a few steps you can take to help save energy during the colder months. Passive design Passive design helps you maintain the interior temperature of…

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The bathroom, toilet and laundry are in daily use in most homes, so the choices we make can make a big difference to the amount and type of waste we produce. With a little thought and planning we can reduce our impact on the environment, improve our wellbeing, and save money. 1. Reduce A great…

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Yes, the chilly season can bring higher power bills and other expenses, but making a few energy smart choices can make a difference to how much winter will hurt your wallet. You can also feel good because you will be making your home more comfortable as well as helping the environment. 10 free things you…

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