About Me
My Advice About Green Energy

Welcome to the blog! My name is Ian. I live with my wonderful family in Sydney, Australia. For many years, I believed that green energy was something that old hippies were into. However, having read a detailed news report about climate change, I realised that green energy was something we all needed to consider. I contacted a local solar energy company and asked them for advice. They gave me lots of very useful info and I eventually decided to install two solar panels on my home. I am really pleased to be doing my bit to protect the environment. Enjoy!


The A-Z Guide To Bulky Rubbish Removal

12 July 2022
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Rubbish removal does not have to be complex. And usually, it is not unless you are not following the right process. Generally, there are plenty of ways to get rid of stuff you do not need anymore. General household waste, construction waste, garden waste and more are some of the standard types of waste you may need to clear out occasionally. But what if you have bulky items like old sofas, mattresses, furniture, electronics, electrical appliances and etc. Read More …

How Fire Warden Training Assists with Evacuation of People with Disabilities

9 April 2021
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

When a fire threatens the safety of occupants in a commercial building, chaos and confusion can reign, especially when persons with disabilities are involved. Unfortunately, chaos and confusion make it difficult for the more vulnerable people in the building to find a safe place during a fire incident. It is particularly the case in fires where flames move and change direction quickly. Thus, fire warden training is essential in equipping volunteers with skills on the safe evacuation of persons with disabilities. Read More …

What Grease Does to Your Sewage System and How to Prevent Problems

23 October 2018
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

From cooking through to disposing of cosmetic products, there are lots of ways grease can make its way into your drains. In some instances, this is unavoidable. However, if you're using your sinkhole as a convenient disposal system for everything that's fatty and greasy, it's worth exploring the effects it has on your sewage system. First of all, what counts as a greasy product? Most greasy products are obvious and, hopefully, you wouldn't think to place them down your drain. Read More …

Problems With Indoor Air Quality? Why You Need to Take Action Promptly

15 October 2018
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Whenever you employ others or open up a business facility to members of the public, you have a duty of responsibility to make sure that these individuals are as safe as possible. You may go out of your way to create a safe environment from a practical point of view by trying to eliminate some of the more obvious risks, but sometimes you can face a challenge that is difficult to quantify and even more difficult to overcome. Read More …

Tips to Keeping Your Pool’s Heat Pump Energy-Efficient

12 October 2018
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Although having a swimming pool is one of the most coveted features on a residential property, more and more homeowners are finding that maintaining a swimming pool can be quite expensive. With all the electrical components involved in keeping the water clean and comfortable, you will quickly notice your electrical costs skyrocketing. So if you are deliberating on lowering your pool-associated costs but still want to enjoy the benefits of a heated swimming pool, you may be wondering how to achieve this. Read More …