For years, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized August as National Water Quality Month, a time for us all to think about both the positive and negative impact we have on this resource.
We love the occasion, for obvious reasons, but oftentimes can find ourselves overwhelmed with seemingly endless ideas for how we can make and encourage positive change. In fact, this post comes at the midway point of the month, as it took just that long to whittle down our original list of 1,000 to a more manageable list of the five items below.
With that, here are five ways you can more effectively use water during the back half of National Water Quality Month:
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[While we love these six pill-free allergy relief tips from Woman’s Day, we can’t help but feel that they missed one big and important tip – replace your used air filters!
In the post below, find five tips for ensuring you buy the right air filters to ensure your furnace or air conditioner fills your home with only the cleanest indoor air.]
There’s a very good reason that you see more promotions and better deals on air filters during the fall and spring. Simply, many just don’t think to swap out their air filters until out-of-control allergies force their hand. Read More
You can almost feel it now. The warm indoor air generated by the combined breath of your holiday guests. Odds are either you or one of your guests suffers from an all-too-common dust or dirt allergy that only gets exasperated in this type of setting. And if your air quality begins to become noticeable, you are almost certain to hear about it.
Regardless of the challenges inherent with having so many people in your home over the holidays, or dealing with seemingly never-ending seasonal allergies, a good host will do everything possible to provide a good experience. Ensuring your home has good air quality, by ensuring your air filters are clean and up to date, is one step you can take to achieve this goal. Read More