Archive for April, 2007

Detergent of Choice!

Hazardous Detergents

Laundry. Its an everyday chore for everyone around the globe. Everyone wants clean and fresh clothes, bed sheets and even otherbioclean.jpg household items. All the detergents out there promise and attempt to coinvince you that their produce is going to make your clothes and such the freshest and cleanest. Well that’s good and everything but have you ever thought about where that detergent goes after it washes your items and makes them fresh?

Well check this out, laundry detergent runs right down a drain and into the waterways. Your waterways are by far not immune to the dangerous chemicals included in your detergents. Think about this, those chemicals and ingredients in the detergents get into your drinking supplies. So when you go to the store to pick up some detergent, look for the warning label because most likely, those are the hazardous products to use. Here are a few products that are environmentally safe:

· Bi-O-Kleen

· Cal Ben

· ECOS

· Ecover

Those are just to name a few.

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It’s Not Just A Stick Anymore!

Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo has been cultivated for more than 4,000 years in China. It has been used in everyday life in Asia for centuries. Bamboo is a food, a “paper like” medium for messaging, for art works, utensils, furniture, vessels, decoration and more recently as building materials including, bambooflooring.jpgflooring, veneer and paneling, decoration as in moldings and wall coverings and pallets and shipping crates. Check out some characteristics of bamboo flooring.

• Bamboo is a renewable resource that has been used for centuries
• Nature’s substitute for beautiful yet endangered rain forest hardwoods
• Environmentally sound alternative with considerable ecological savings
• Hard and Very stable
• Beautiful and Durable
• Exquisite decorative pattern, new and attractive
• Natural or carbonized colors.
• Bamtex® can even be stained to give a magnificent and innovative look

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Battle Of The Hybrids!

Honda Accord vs. Toyota Camry

Take a look at these two vehicles. They look like your average everyday Honda Accord and Toyota Camry right? What they don’t look like is a Hybrid vehicle. Well folks that is what we have here.hybridhonda1.jpg Two hybrid vehicles made by two different manufactures and they look normal. Below are the specs to these vehicles and you can decide which is best for the money.

Honda Accord

  • 253-hp, 3.0-liter, 24-valve SOHC i-VTEC® V-6 engine
  • Compact 5-speed automatic transmission
  • Front side airbags with passenger-side Occupant Position Detection System (OPDS)
  • Estimated Fuel for City/Highway is 28/35
  • Toyota Camry

  • 2.4-liter DOHC 16-valve, VVT-i 4-cylinder, 158 hp @ 6000 rpm/
    161 lb.-ft. @ 4000 rpmtoyotahybrid.jpg
  • Choose from 5-speed manual overdrive, 5-speed electronically
    controlled automatic overdrive with intelligence (ECT-i) or
    Electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (ECVT)
  • Estimated average Fuel for City/Highway is 24/33



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    Low Energy And Bright Lights

    GE Low Energy Light Bulbs

    A GE low energy light bulb does not only save on energy spent, it saves you on your electric bill. These light bulbs use up to 80% less power then your normal light bulbs. You can expect 75% less heat output reducing heat damage and esl.jpgcreating a better working environment. A regular 100 watt light bulb is equal to a 23 watt energy saving light bulb.

    Don’t worry that an energy saving bulb won’t fit your existing lamp, GE low energy light bulbs are a direct screw fitting replacement for your ordinary bulb. The average life that you can expect out of an energy saving bulb is 15 – 100 hours. A slight downfall to them is you cannot dim them.

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