NACMME

North American Coalition for Maintaining Mother Earth

Archive for the ‘Green Solutions’ Category

Posted by Leland On October - 20 - 2015 0 Comment

If you’re one of the many that has a wood burning stove, it’s time to pay attention to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In the beginning of 2015, the EPA finished its new set of regulations for wood burning heaters and stoves–a regulation that had not been updated since the 1980s. The EPA updated its regulations in response to strengethen clean air standards for […]

Posted by Leland On June - 22 - 2015 0 Comment

So your wedding day is right around the corner and you’re thinking of a million ways to decorate and get the word out about the day you say “I do,” but what you may not realize is you’re thinking of a million ways to harm the enviornment. Many simple wedding ideas actually lead to ideas that are bad for our planet. According to Green Bride […]

Posted by Alexa On June - 22 - 2015 0 Comment

Beautiful, fragrant lavender remains one of the most useful plants. The lovely purple blossoms clustered on green silvery stems reward gardeners in a variety of ways. Just consider these great ideas for adding lavender to your home and backyard environment:

Posted by Inigo On July - 17 - 2014 0 Comment

In the past 10 years the green revolution has entered into every aspect of American lives. Whether it’s a Fortune 500 corporation or local diner, every person and industry has to be concerned about over consumption and preservation of the planet. But one specific industry that is often overlooked when it comes to the “green” stamp of approval is the hospitality/lodging industry. Too often do […]

Posted by andreas On May - 28 - 2014 0 Comment

A wet basement gives every homeowner a headache because of the damage water can cause to the items stored in the basement. So if you noticed a musty smell as well as mold and mildew growth due to the moisture, something definitely has to be done right away. Calling the services of a contractor may be expensive and cost an average of $28 per square […]

Posted by Alexa On February - 11 - 2014 0 Comment

Mother Nature has not been very kind to the United States this winter. A variety of cities in the central, eastern, and southern regions of the United States have set new daily low temperatures throughout the season. Numerous cities are on track to have record breaking snowfall this winter as well. Between the amount of snowfall and freezing temperatures, many cities are ready for winter […]

Posted by admin On October - 10 - 2013 0 Comment

Go Green with Bamboo Panel Track Blinds Looking for a great home renovation project that not only makes your home more environmentally friendly but also creates a safer environment for you and your loved ones? One of the hottest products out on the market today is panel track blinds they are available in a wide array of designs and styles to match any home’s decor, […]

Posted by andreas On August - 30 - 2013 0 Comment

You might be an animal lover but the unsightly eight-legged creatures and their webs in your room or closet can be very annoying. You can try to ignore that one you just saw in the bathroom, but what if they keep growing more and more? Without using harmful insecticides or pesticides, there are home remedies you can use as natural deterrents to keep those spiders […]

Posted by Alexa On June - 14 - 2013 0 Comment

Whiskey may be labeled a detriment to society by many, but it’s looking to turn its reputation around by contributing to growing biofuel sector. The whiskey industry has long been a wasteful one (only 10% of its outflow is actually turned into whiskey!) and thus has been an area of much attention for environmentalists in places like Scotland, whose whiskey industry tops $6 billion. Enter […]

Posted by admin On May - 24 - 2013 0 Comment

The Importance of Natural Gas The United States is standing on a goldmine … almost literally. Natural gas is, by far, the cleanest and among the cheapest fossil fuels in the world and available in great quantity. In fact, at the current consumption rate, natural gas resources in the U.S. could theoretically supply domestic electricity for the next 52 years. That being said, the country’s […]