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The World’s Most Unique Recycled Structures

Even though it’s good for the environment, recycling probably isn’t the most exciting thing in the world. The thoughts of sorting bottles and cans so that they can be turned into more bottles and cans aren’t exactly awe-inspiring. However, there are actually some incredibly interesting things being made from recycled materials, such as old john boats and bird cages being…

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Added by Simon Craig on October 7, 2014 at 2:59am — No Comments

UK Home Energy Customers To Enjoy Spate of Refunds from Suppliers

As the UK’s premier energy comparison site, the team at Love Energy Savings is delighted to hear that more than 3 million domestic energy customers are set for refunds from their suppliers. With energy customers in the United Kingdom repeatedly finding themselves on the receiving end of m-s-selling, high prices and bad customer service from the Big Six energy suppliers; this development signifies a rare win for the consumer when it comes to…

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Added by Simon Craig on September 26, 2014 at 4:07am — No Comments

Disaster Relief: Energy Efficient Homes for Hurricane Sandy Victims

Recently, the Obama government has sanctioned relief funds for people affected by the super storm Sandy as part of its LIHEAP or Low income Home Energy Assistance Program. According to the reports, around 284,000 homes have been affected in the catastrophe. The total financial loss estimated so far amounts to $88 billion. As a…

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Added by Simon Craig on November 13, 2012 at 10:38pm — 3 Comments

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