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JoJo Tanks – Vertical Water Tanks & Chemical Tanks: LARGE

Large vertical tanks come with a 430 mm lid with e-clips on top of the tank TANK TYPE DIAMETER HEIGHT SG 1 000-Liter Water 1 140 mm 1 235 mm 1 Chemical Medium 1.4 Chemical Heavy 1.6 1 500-Liter Water 1 420 mm 1 300 mm 1 Chemical Medium 1.4 Chemical Heavy 1.6 2200 Liter […]

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5 Tips on how to find your dream green job

So you want a green career? Well, you’re not alone. While the economy has been cooling down, the interest in green jobs has been heating up. Many job-seekers these days are looking to use their talents in ways that can make a positive impact not only on their bank accounts but also on the environment. […]

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How to Build a Basic Wind Turbine

Making the decision to build your own wind turbine is certainly a noble one. Perhaps you want to save money on your electricity bills or want to reduce your carbon footprint. Whatever your reasons, learning how to build a basic wind turbine is often not as difficult as many people imagine. It is certainly not […]

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Green Psychology: What It Takes To Make A Mind Go Green

The basic message of environmentalists when it comes to global warming goes something like this:  Global warming, if left unchecked, will wreck havoc on the planet. We need to act now to prevent it. Pretty straightforward, right? What better way to motivate the public to take action than by emphasizing the terrible consequences that will […]

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End of coal power in W Europe if carbon capture fails – IEA

If carbon capture and storage (CCS) fails as a method of providing clean coal, it will probably mean the end of coal-fired electricity generation in Western Europe, International Energy Agency (IEA) Clean Coal Centre manager Robert Davidson tells Engineering News Online. Davidson estimates that the success or failure of CCS, which is aimed at preventing […]

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Study shows consequences of SA water crisis

A Uasa economic impact study on the impact of South Africa’s water crisis predicts a possible decrease in disposable income, a hike in government spending, and thousands of job losses. The study was commissioned by the trade union Uasa to establish the real impact of the South African water crisis on the country. The study […]

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Green Your Home For The Holidays

It’s mid-November and the thought of guests descending on your home for the holidays may have you in an all out redecorating rush. Do Your Part this holiday season and go green while you paint, clean, and even accessorize. We all know that paint can completely and inexpensively change the look of any space. But did […]

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How Green Dialysis Could Save Tens of Thousands of Lives per year

Understanding how processes and systems act on one another is key to sustainable living. Sustainability means living without externalities – because everything we do, as individuals, organisations or companies has a cost and an environmental impact. There is a clear parallel with healthcare- which requires a deep understanding of how processes and systems act on […]

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Five challenges identified to address global sustainability

The international scientific community has identified five Grand Challenges that, if addressed in the next decade, will deliver knowledge to enable sustainable development, poverty eradication, and environmental protection in the face of global change. The Grand Challenges for Earth system science, published today, are the result of broad consultation as part of a visioning process […]

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