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Tel Asiado is a writer, author, and business consultant. She owns various websites, and writes for other companies. Her education includes MBA, B.Science in Chemistry, Diploma in Internet Marketing & Small/Home Business.
Saving water at home

Saving water at home

Little things can mean a lot to sustain our living. My mind has been racing with all kinds of sub-topics to develop about water – hydro electricity, hydro power, and even that sensitive issue on energy versus water. I’m running out of time and wanting to deliver, I’ve come up with a close-to-the-heart topic – … learn more→

Apartment residents take on green energy approach

Apartment residents take on green energy approach

Over the weekend I was having late breakfast in a shopping mall nearest my place when I spotted my local Council’s newsletter, the Council’s Quarterly Report to the Community. The article in particular caught my eye, something about apartment dwellers taking on a sustainable approach.  From what I learnt in the brief news, the Council … learn more→

Rally to clean Gulf oil spill dispersants

A convention called “Clean Gulf 2010″ will come together to discuss various industry strategies and provide training from 18-20 October 2010.  In attendance are oil corporations, regulatory agencies, manufacturers and associations – all involved in the oil industry. The event is co-hosted by the Gulf  States, U.S. Coast Guards and the U.S. Department of the … learn more→

Save water at home: Little things mean a lot

Save water at home: Little things mean a lot

A few hours ago, I found out from world.edu that today is  Blog Action Day 2010, with water as the topic of discussion. My mind has been racing with all kinds of sub-topics to develop about water – hydro electricity, hydro power, and even that sensitive issue on energy versus water. I’m running out of … learn more→

Electricity price hike in Australia hurts

Electricity price hike in Australia hurts

The soaring of electricity bills in Australia hurts. In New South Wales alone, the state of Sydney, stipulation is to soar by up to a total of 64 percent over the next three years. The blame has been laid out on the federal government’s proposed carbon pollution reduction scheme (CPRS) planned in 2011/12, and the … learn more→

Three good reasons why we should recycle

Three good reasons why we should recycle

Recycling is good for our community and economy. It reduces pollution and unnecessary accumulation of waste.  Any environmentalist will agree that recycling conserves our natural resources. No doubt, numerous recycling lists to “live by” have been written and put forward by concerned citizens and non-profit organisations.  Why indeed recycle? Here are carefully chosen reasons – … learn more→

Recycling history, rag trade, cans and glass bottles

Recycling history, rag trade, cans and glass bottles

The history of recycling has gone a long way, from 50 B.C. Greek and Roman periods to recent times’ focus in sustainable practices.  Recycling means processing waste items so that they can be used again.  Not only concerned environmentalists, but many entrepreneurs and companies have come up with recycling services including paper recycling business, plastic … learn more→