The current state of the environment is one of great concern for all the citizens of the world. With our current usage, natural resources such as water, trees and oil are becoming more difficult to attain. With issues such as global warming, dependence on fossil fuels and a population which generally has been wasting a great deal of resources are problems that we must address in order to continue using these resources in the future.
Lots of people have a gazebo in their garden, but how many of them think of also using it as a spa gazebo? As soon as the good weather comes around everyone wants to be out in their garden for as long as possible. Sometimes you want to be outside but it might actually be too hot or sunny to be un-shaded for too long, so having a gazebo to sit in allows you to remain outside, without being exposed to too much sun.
As mentioned above we’re all very conscious of not being out in strong sunlight too much or too frequently, so a gazebo is an ideal place to retreat to and sit in whilst enjoying the fresh air and views from your garden.
Frogs can actually be of great benefit to your garden, but they can also be somewhat of a nuisance too, which is why some folk enquire about frog deterrent precautions they can take in their gardens.
Graywater is the referring to any used water from a household, except water from the toilet. Wastewater from laundry can also be included, if biodegradable soaps have been used for the laundry.
Since greywater can account for up to 60% of household wastewater, if it is recycled and used a second time, a considerable impact can be made in terms of conservation of this precious resource.
What makes a material “sustainable”? There are multiple aspects to consider when rating a building material on sustainability. The method of production, amount of energy used during production and transportation, availability of raw material resources, recycling potential, and the amount of pollution released in production, usage and demolition of each material all contribute to an overall sustainability footprint.