Three Steps to Keep Your Cooling Tower Safe and Healthy

Posted on: 7 July 2016

A recent outbreak of Legionnaire's disease in Sydney has been linked to a water cooling tower at St George Hospital. This is a scary disease, and if you are a business owner, you may be wondering what you can do to ensure your cooling tower isn't at risk of causing an outbreak. Here's what you need to keep in mind: 1. Consider switching to a continuous disinfection method. Legionnaires outbreaks related to cooling towers occur when Legionella bacteria get into the water supply of the cooling tower and get circulated into the air.
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Considerations When Choosing Air Conditioners That Are Allergy Friendly

Posted on: 24 June 2016

Although air conditioning units are crucial to keeping your home comfortable during extreme weather temperatures, some individuals may find that their allergies tend to become exacerbated when these units are running. The reason for this is typically because when the air conditioning unit is running, the particles in the air become aggravated, making it easier to inhale them. This does not mean that you do away with air conditioning though. Here are some of the considerations you could have to ensure you are choosing an air conditioner that is allergy friendly.
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Why Any Developer Should Always Work With an Urban Planner

Posted on: 17 June 2016

An urban planner is someone who works with a local city council or other municipality to help shape and design entire cities or towns. An architect may work to design one building, but an urban planner works to design entire cities and neighborhoods. This type of planner offers many benefits to a developer who is looking to build out a certain subdivision or put up a new strip mall or other such commercial facility in an area.
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What to do with your yard waste

Posted on: 15 June 2016

If you have been working on your garden, mowing the lawn, or trimming trees, you have likely compiled quite a bit of yard waste. Now it is time to figure out what to do with it. Here are a few different options for getting it off your lawn so you can enjoy all the work you put into it. Use the Yard Waste As Mulch One way to get rid of the yard waste is to actually use it by putting it right back into your garden.
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