Is Nuclear Shielding Worth Keeping In Inventory?

Local building suppliers and maintenance teams need to keep a handy stock of replacement supplies. Since long shipping wait times from overseas isn't always viable, you could become a focal point of supply for hard to reach materials such as nuclear shielding. Survey your area for power plants, hospitals and laboratories in need to regular maintenance and take a look at how nuclear shielding could become a powerful part of your maintenance and supply inventory. [Read More]

HAZWOPER Covers The Handling Of Hazardous Waste

Hazardous waste is classified as anything that could cause significant damage to people or the environment. That can run from the small batteries that are thrown out from many residences to more significant items, like byproducts from refining oil, chemicals, or even nuclear waste. Handling all hazardous waste needs to be done very carefully. There are a number of regulations that are designed to make sure that everything is handled correctly and that everyone is safe. [Read More]

Top 5 Hobbies That Help The Environment

Have you outgrown a hobby or looking for a new one for you and your family to enjoy? Are you also concerned with helping the environment? Why not combine the two? Here are five hobbies that help the environment: 1. Knitting and sewing Knitting or sewing is a great hobby that reduces your carbon footprint. These are hobbies that require a lot of practice and patience, but eventually pay off. You can make your own clothes and accessories, blankets, and rugs. [Read More]