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Schools should be treated in a similar way to our workplaces when it comes to making them more environmentally friendly.  They also present an excellent opportunity to showcase good practice to future ...
... of paper. If print is wasted for any reason, use its other side for rough work 3. Make sure that computer is switched off when leaving the desk for more than 15 minute.  ...
Travelling by car is often a matter of convenience and habit. Below are some ideas on other ways to get around while also reducing energy use. Car pooling. If work colleagues live close by then try share ...
Below are a few ideas on ways to reduce water usage in your office / workplace  Invest in water using appliances that have a five or six star rating.  Different water efficiency standard exist around the ...
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... over the course of a year. This provides the designer the ability to evaluate design elements and orientation prior to building works commencing. Energy performance optimization normally requires an iterative-refinement ...
... the water adequately, several of these systems are usually combined to work as a whole. Combination of the systems is done in 2 to 3 stages, knowingly a primary and a secondary purification. Sometimes ...
... do this over time, working through various stages of oxidation and sometimes localized pockets of anaerobic breakdown. Self-contained composting toilets complete the composting "in-situ,", while "central ...
... framework based on the material and energy flows of economic production and consumption. His magnum opus, The Entropy Law and the Economic Process (1971), has been highly influential. Hotelling's rule ...
... vary in the way they track the Sun and focus light. In all these systems a working fluid is heated by the concentrated sunlight, and is then used for power generation or energy storage.  A solar trough ...
... work of Russell Ohl in the 1940s, researchers Gerald Pearson, Calvin Fuller and Daryl Chapin created the silicon solar cell in 1954. These early solar cells cost 286 USD/watt and reached efficiencies of ...
... world was built by Jewish immigrants, from South Africa, in Ashqelon Israel in 1952. In 1980 a law was passed in Israel making solar heating mandatory. How solar heating works A typical household solar ...
... increasing the quantity or quality of goods and services from the same amount of energy. The Vienna Climate Change Talks 2007 Report, under the auspices of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate ...
... retailers argue that bright lighting stimulates purchasing. Health studies have demonstrated that headache, stress, blood pressure, fatigue and worker error all generally increase with the common over-illumination ...
... as old computers and mobile phones—is banned in many areas due to the toxic contents of certain components. The recycling process works by mechanically separating the metals, plastics and circuit boards ...
... dismantled and recycled solely for monetary gain, without consideration for workers'' health or environmental damage. Though the Chinese government has banned these practices, it has not been able to eradicate ...
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