Our latest infographic has revealed the wettest cities in the UK. Using data available from the Met Office we were able to rank cities based on total annual rainfall and those living in Cardiff may be surprised to learn that the welsh capital has taken the top spot. This is thanks to experiencing 1152 mm of rainfall annually. Other cities that made the top 5 include: St Davids, Glasgow, Bangor and Truro. The infographic also shows which cities you are less likely to need an umbrella in. London has been named the driest city and is closely followed by Cambridge, Derry and Ely. To make the infographic that bit more interesting, we’ve also created a table that looks at the total number of rainy days experienced by each city annually. So take a look at your city below and see how it compares? Are your surprised by the results?
Focus on water usage in daily life. We waste 200 gallons daily in our routine. Imagine how much it can save earth, if we save water efficiently? If we save water, we can save many things like greenhouse, make electricity and other important things for our environment. If our environment is clean, then we can live healthily. Do not openly dispose your garbage anywhere. Also try to recycle your papers and plastic bottles. This will reduce pollution and won’t affect ozone layer. Say no to pollution and make a healthy environment.
Are you thinking of buying a green car but don’t know where to start Or possibly you cannot afford a brand-new vehicle and want to improve the one you have? If so, this infographic from carguidehub may interest you. In addition to highlighting the fact that car emissions are amongst the most significant causes of environmental pollution, the infographic describes the benefits of purchasing environmentally friendly vehicles that produce less pollution than traditional vehicles. But for those people who can’t buy a spiffy brand-new Tesla, the infographic also demonstrates how we can at least make traditional cars a little more cost-effective
As human beings, we end up using or consuming a lot of things, and as a result, waste gets generated every time. But the question is; where does the trash end up once we are done with it? Most of it ends up in dustbins, without being sorted out. This has a lot of adverse effects to the environment and for future generations too. Countries end up wasting a lot of resources getting rid of this trash. In addition, a lot of materials end up being wasted when they could have been used for another purpose.
Things like plastic bottles can be utilized for other purposes around the house. Magazines shouldn’t end up in the trash can immediately we are done with them. They can always be used for other purposes, for example, for making earrings and necklaces. When it comes to food, we can always serve portions which we are sure to finish including when we eat out. This way, less food goes to waste. It goes without saying, if whatever we intend to throw in the trash is damaged beyond repair or soiled, then it ends up in the trash can.
The 3 ‘R’s that guide us in waste management should enable us to choose how to categorize our trash. The first R is for ‘reduce’ it means that we shouldn’t waste anything. The second R is for ‘Reuse’, meaning that we can always reuse what is not damaged, for instance, we can buy reusable bags for shopping instead of using paper. The 3rd R is for ‘recycle’ and recyclable materials are always marked with a recycle sign on the label. We should drop the recyclable in designated areas and avoid mixing them up with other trash. Items that can be recycled include glass bottles, bottle tops, metal cans, among others.
If you’re having trouble sorting out your trash, you can always get in touch with the professionals. At Rubble Removal Company, we have the personnel that are well equipped and trained to deal with all kinds of waste. Whether it is residential, business or even commercial waste, we are the team to contact. Our rates are affordable; all you need is to call us through 012 004 1846. You can also visit our website at http://www.rubbleremovalpretoria.com
In March of 2011 a massive 8.9 earthquake triggered a tsuanmi in Japan with widespread damage and devastation. Understanding how tsunamis work can help to know how to handle future situations. This infographic looks at the Japan tsunami and how it happened.
Natural disasters often strike without warning, causing death and destruction which usually results in significant financial devastation as well. While the total economic impact of the 2010 Haiti earthquake is not yet known, the cost is expected to be in the billions. This infographic presents the most costly natural disasters in history.
This infographic provides information and data for water shortage around the world. It also explains how you can use your birthday as an opportunity to generate funds for a community in need of a well to produce water.