Erin James

What You Should Know When Buying Propane

22 May 2020
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Americans use three types of gas more than any others: gasoline, natural gas, and propane. Converted into its liquid form, propane is incredibly popular. 60 million Americans use it as a fuel source for things like outdoor barbecue grills, portable heaters, portable cooktops, hot tubs, cars, and even as heating for homes and buildings. When buying propane for your various fuel needs, there are a few things you should know. Read More …

3 Ways To Use Cooking Oil In Your Food Production Plant In A More Eco-Friendly Way

11 February 2020
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you run a food production facility, then you might use a lot of cooking oil as a part of the manufacturing process. If this is the case, then you might be wondering if all of that grease is having some sort of negative impact on the environment. There might be ways that your company can make some small changes so that you can use cooking oil in a more eco-friendly way. Read More …

How A Dumpster Rental Could Save Your Company Money

14 May 2019
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

You probably don't spend much time thinking about dumpsters or trash, but there are plenty of situations where you or your company might stand to benefit from a dumpster rental. Using a dumpster rental on a regular basis might even have a positive effect on your bottom line. Here are just some of the reasons why you might want to contact a local dumpster service today. A Clean Work Site is an Efficient Work Site Read More …

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Plants, Animals, Energy, and You

Fossil fuels are a great source of energy, but they are sadly in limited supply. Plus, burning coal, natural gas, and gasoline releases a considerable amount of pollution, which is harmful to the environment. Here's the thing: as humans, we are part of that environment. So it truly is vital that we do all we can to keep it in good shape for future generations. In some cases, this means switching fuel sources. In other cases, it means continuing to use fossil fuels, but limiting consumption as much as possible. If you'd like to learn more about these tactics, you're in the right place. We created this website as a resource for all things energy-related, so start reading, and start learning.

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