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“Chemical-Free” Cleaning Methods – Could They Be as Big a Hit Domestically As They Are Commercially?

The methods adopted by commercial cleaning companies nowadays are often based around greener alternatives to chemical products in order to protect the environment and minimise the threat posed by potentially harmful cleaning substances. Split stream water technology from pressure washers is

Workplace Safety – The Importance of Labelling Potential Hazards

Without appropriate labelling systems, we would be completely oblivious to all kinds of potential hazards in the workplace. Anything that goes unlabelled could quite easily be mistaken for something else or viewed as having no potential threat to our health and

Bringing Green Window Cleaning Into View

  If you’re at all concerned about the energy efficiency and appearance of your home it’s not too difficult to see all the benefits of having professionally cleaned windows (especially when you roll up the blinds). But when you focus on

How to Conserve Energy

Step 1: Conserve water By using less water, you will lower your water bill and therefore make some savings on the amounts you spend on the utility. Using less hot water can also improve how much you spend on gas, electricity

Baluchistan Black Bear on its verge of extinction

The Baluchistan black bear locally known as “Kala Reech in Urdu,Kala Bhalo, Mum in Baluchi was once widely distributed in most of Baluchistan. Many believe it to be the only “true” subspecies of Asiatic Black Bear. This medium-sized, black-colored bear has

Living beside the sea shores

Sand, sea and sunshine are the charms of a coastal area to make people dream of living by the sea. Nothing is comparable to the beauty of a settlement by the sea and that is perhaps the reason why most major

ILLEGAL HUNTING OF HOUBARA BUSTARDS (TILOOR) IN CHAGAI BALUCHISTAN

World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan (WWF-Pakistan) has condemned hunting of 2,100 Houbara Bustard in Chagai, Baluchistan. Divisional Forest Officer of Baluchistan Forest and Wildlife Department, Chagai in Dalbandin highlighted hunting of 2,100 Houbara Bustards. Houbara Bustard, is listed as “vulnerable” in

Road kill: A Risk to Wildlife Populations

Blue-spotted salamanders are at risk of local extirpation from road mortality when they travel to breeding ponds in the spring. Collisions between wildlife and vehicles are one of the environmental consequences of roads. While it is only one aspect of road