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Easy Ways To Become Sustainable At Home

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Changing things in your home can have a massive effect on the outside world, especially the environment. With our handy guide we will provide and advise you on how to improve your home to become more energy efficient.

Exceptional Energy Efficiency Rooflights

An average home loses 10% of its heat through windows.

Ensuring that your windows have an energy efficient glazing on can keep your house warmer and quieter. It can even reduce your energy bills whether it is with either triple-glazing or secondary-glazing.

EOS Rooflight supplies Eco-roof lights that have a triple-glazing and is injected with Krypton Gas to maximise their energy efficiency – reducing energy bills.

A low U Value of 0.65 W/m2K it is one of the best energy saving materials, whilst still ensuring your home has enough natural light. Click here to find out more.eos-imae

Solar Panel Experts – Your local, trusted solar panel team

Solar Photovoltaic Energy, a practical renewable alternative to traditional off grid electricity generation.

Now also attractive on grid for earning feed in tariffs and reducing or eliminating your electricity bills.

Photovoltaic systems convert the sun’s energy into electricity for residential and commercial buildings.

Solar Electric solutions are readily available. The technology is well proven having been used throughout the world for many years.

 Saving the future through recycling

Around 85% of our annual household waste still ends up in landfill sites, when 50% of a typical household bin’s contents can be recycled.

Collecting and recycling all your bottles and jars used around the home can make a big impact on reducing this huge volume of waste, for your local recycling bins, click here.

Take care to only recycle suitable glass products though. There are different types of glass material and sorting out mixed glass collections can be a costly and ineffective procedure so many recycling collections/facilities will only accept certain types of glass items.

Check below for the items that generally are and aren’t accepted for recycling.

CAN be recycled:

  • Clear glass bottles
  • Coloured glass bottles
  • Glass jars

CANNOT be recycled:

  • Drinking glasses
  • Mirrors
  • Cookware
  • Spectacles
  • Light bulbs

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