Food labels have undergone a chance recently, but there is still some significant information missing from them. As of yet, there are no nationwide laws regarding labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms, and that’s just for starters. There can be hidden GMOs in things that contain Lecithin, Glucose, or Malodextrin. Learn more about food labels from […]
Commercial growers have been using hydroponics to cultivate tasty fruits and vegetables without relying on Mother Nature for years. Take a look at some labels the next time you’re browsing through the produce section at your local grocer. You’ll find that all kinds of fresh foods, including tomatoes, lettuces, and herbs, often come from a […]
How would you like to live in a state with 2.8% unemployment, a 1 billion dollar budget surplus, and a GDP that’s 29% above the national average? After the economic downturn of 2009, it’s hard to believe that those economic conditions exist anywhere in the U.S., but they do… in North Dakota. You’re probably searching […]
Recycling cars is big business, even bigger than the scrap parts industry, and, according to this graphic from L&L Automotive, it’s only going to get bigger.
Windows are one of the most important features of a home, allowing in much-needed natural light and fresh air while also allowing homeowners to enjoy the scenery of their surroundings without leaving the climate-controlled comfort of the indoors.
When it comes to keeping your home cool in the hot and sweltering summer months, leave no stone unturned in aiding your AC as it quietly and steadily battles the solar blaze above your head.
Smokestacks, turbines – these are the commonly accepted tokens of energy production. However, do you ever wonder what else is out there? This infographic presented by SaveOnEnergy takes a look at five non-traditional energy sources. Check it out below to learn more.
Integrating practical ways to save energy into your home is important. Who can afford to remodel their home with self-sufficient methods such as solar shutters, solar roofing, wind-generated electricity and wood stove heating? While these methods certainly save you energy, they will drastically alter your home and dip into your bank account mercilessly.