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  • Protect Your Bottom Line: How To Make Your New Diesel Truck More Fuel Efficient

    Now that you're responsible for your own rig, you need to find ways to control the operating costs, which includes fuel. If you're spending too much on diesel fuel, you'll be cutting into your profits. When you're an owner/operator, you can't afford to cut into your profits. Even if you've invested in a new truck, there are still steps you can take to improve your fuel efficiency. Here are some simple tips that will help you to improve the fuel efficiency of your new diesel truck.

  • Why Your School Or University Might Want To Consider Solar Power

    Solar power continues to grow in popularity, and today many commercial businesses and residential homeowners are seeking solar power systems. But what if you run a school or university? Could contacting one or more local solar power system installers to discuss your options pay off in the long run? Here's why it might be a good idea to consider solar power for your education building or system. You Already Have the Space for the Installation

  • Tips To Make Sure Your Company Handles Hazardous Waste Management Safely

    If your company regularly creates hazardous waste as part of the natural process of production, you will need to have a policy in place to make sure this waste gets handled and disposed of safely and legally. To that end, it can help for you as the business owner to create an official policy for all employees to follow. Here are some tips to keep in mind as you move forward with your hazardous waste management.

  • Handling Trash At A Food Truck Festival: Three Helpful Tips

    Food truck festivals offer a way for vendors to introduce their menus to the community, and they also provide a great event for people to enjoy with friends and family. However, a successful food truck event does require some trash management. Here are some steps you can use to keep the festival tidy and even help reduce waste.  Small Dumpsters Even with reducing the amount of food waste produced by your event, you will still need dumpsters to handle non-recyclable trash.

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    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    You are here because you want to help protect the planet. We created this blog to help you achieve this goal. We are not environmental experts, but we simply share your desire for learning more about what is causing climate change, why more and more animals are becoming endangered species, and how pollution is affecting the ozone layer. We created this blog to share the answers to those questions and more. We also plan to post many tips and tricks on how to live a "green" lifestyle, whether you are just getting into recycling after learning about its benefits or are a more seasoned environmental enthusiast who is looking to learn how to recycle grey water in your home to reduce your water waste. Come back often for environmental news and new tips on protecting the Earth.