Join the Movement to Restore Australia's Wildlife

In the past, Australia's companies, universities or homeowners with large landholdings tended to take simple land management options. Uprooting trees and shrubs to replace them with pristine lawns, flattening hollows and hills, and taming watercourses resulted in outdoor spaces that were bland but easy to maintain. However, the Australian attitude towards land management is rapidly shifting. Forward-thinking land owners are exploring how to create attractive landscapes that don't eradicate wild elements. [Read More]

Tips For Preparing Your Yard For Spring Planting

When the spring season comes around, it is the perfect time to start working on your garden and getting flower beds ready for planting. Here are some tips for getting your yard ready for spring planting. Dig Deep Into the Soil One good thing to do when you are about to start planting in the spring is to dig deep into the soil. This loosens up the soil to get it ready for planting; plus, it allows you to go deeper for any root crops you intend to grow. [Read More]

Top Ways You Can Use Solar Energy at Home

With solar energy, you are able to provide power in your home with solar panels that utilise energy from the sun's UV rays. This helps reduce your reliance on local power companies and instead have a more eco-friendly and natural way of supplying your home with energy. Here are some different ways to use solar energy in the home. Heat Your Swimming Pool An excellent way to utilise solar power in the home is to heat a swimming pool. [Read More]

Common Grease Trap Cleaning Mistakes to Avoid

All restaurants, diners, and establishments that cook food will have a grease trap; it's usually required by law, as is cleaning it out on a regular basis. This trap catches solid waste so that it doesn't go down the city sewer system and potentially clog pipes and other outlets, and contaminate any water in that system. A restaurant owner may assume that they can clean this trap out themselves as needed, and it may be legally allowed in your area. [Read More]