If you are tired of watching your energy bills rise up, then maybe it is time you switch to renewable energy. No, we are not telling you to ask the government of your country to make the switch, but to do so your self. In fact, by utilizing the solar and wind energy available in your area, you can not only provide electricity for your house but earn money too. As far as solar energy is concerned, it is available almost everywhere. However, if you happen to live at a hotspot of wind energy, installing a wind turbine could be a pretty investment too. For that, here are some of these wind turbine concepts that may soon find their place in many homes around the world.
Washing utensils, vegetable, or other kitchen stuff requires water supply, which mostly comes from a faucet included in the washbasin. An Indian industrial designer, Vijay Singh Thakur, analyzed that a regular faucet or tap design fails to provide efficient cleaning of utensils due to small diameter of water flow. He suggests a more efficient and water-saving design – the Hydrant.
We see a gradual rise in the eco-friendly buying patterns of individual consumers and companies alike. And the trend is going to be the same in the 2014 as well.
They say only really drunk guys and girls can see empty beer bottles as works of art. Heck, some guys I personally know claim to be proud of their empty beer bottle “collections” and use that as an excuse not to clean up their apartments. However, there really are some creative geniuses out there who really can turn the lowly empty beer bottle in real art. Check out the following examples.
The AQUS System is a well tested and innovative water conservation device that recycles and reuses greywater from a lavatory sink for toilet flushing. The AQUS System can be installed to use recycled water in almost any type of building – including single family residences, multiple family residences, office buildings, hotels, schools, government buildings and LEED developments. Commercial and residential water savings can help save huge amounts of water in areas where water is a resource in crisis due to current extreme drought conditions.
The AQUS was developed to capture and reuse lavatory water. Simple to install, AQUS uses water from bathroom sinks to flush toilets. The AQUS greywater system will help individual households, hotels, schools, commercial buildings, government structures and multifamily complexes to save thousands of gallons of water and lower utility.
Green is the watchword of the modern civilization as people get more and more conscious about the state of the environment as it is of today. In such a state, there has come the latest product, quite innovative, which are pulp pots from Western. These pots are made out of recycled fiber and are completely degradable.
The dwindling freshwater supply of the world has been predicted to be one of the leading causes of internal political and social conflicts in the near future. As water tables continue to dip around the world, designers are trying very hard to come up with a way to encourage water conservation in the average home. Here are some of the most innovative conceptual products that aim to encourage water conservation at home.