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The Environment – Who Cares For It?

The Environment – Who Cares For It?

By Clifford Woods

The whole world is going green. The going green campaign is one that has taken root in all parts of the world as a result of the growing concerns of environmental degradation.

The Environment – Who Cares For It?

From social media to TV advertisements, every possible platform is being used to raise awareness on the horrifying situation we are currently in as far as the environmental care is concerned. There is cause to worry and you can find out why below:

Why Should We Care?

  • 70% of marine life risks extinction
  • By 2100, a third of all species may be extinct
  • Between 15% and 20% of global methane emission comes from farm animals
  • Over 850 million trees are chopped each year
  • 25,000 people die daily due to water contamination and shortage
  • 12,000 tons of carbon dioxide are added to the atmosphere every minute
  • 50 tons of productive soil are blown off and washed away from cropland every single minute

The list is endless and it’s safe to say that we are living in a sorry state as far as our environment is concerned.

Scientists tell us that at this rate, the ozone layer may be depleted to a point where life could be unsupported in just 200 years. This means that only microbial life will be around with higher life forms dying at a much faster rate. It’s not just plants and animals that are at threat of extinction, but the human race as well.

Why Should We Protect The Environment?
The answer for this is quite obvious; we have no other choice. The environment supports life and all components that we depend on for survival is provided via the environment. This means that our reproductive growth, development activities and civilization are all at the mercy of our environment.

Environment Care: Which Way Forward?
While talking about the problem helps, what matters most is getting a solution and we do not need to depend on our governments or celebrities to endorse environmental care. There are two key things we can do to reduce our carbon footprint and these are:

  1. Recycle: By recycling and using recyclable products, we reduce the number of landfills we have and the amount of pollution that goes into the air due to production and manufacturing. Can you believe that each ton of recycled paper actually saves 17 trees and 380 oil gallons? This just shows that we can indeed make a difference in our own small way.
  2. Become Energy Efficient: There are many ways in which we can become energy efficient. For starters, we could move to alternative forms of energy. Solar and wind energy are not only feasible, but free. Energy efficiency can be achieved just by changing several things in our lifestyles, such as the way we utilize energy, the products we use every day and even the cars we drive.

Goals that need to be met
So, anything that contaminates the air, water or other areas of the environment can diminish the quality of life as well as shorten a long life. As times go on, we are contaminating more and more of our drinking water, which is the number one resource that all animals, plants, and human beings need to continue to sustain healthy growth.

A famous advocate for environmental care once said that if we were unkind to the environment, nature would not be kind to us.

The Environment – Who Cares For It?

Answer: we all use the environment and so it is we who should care for it.

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Clifford WoodsClifford Woods is the CEO of Effective Environmental Services and Organic Environmental Technology
We brew Beneficial Microorganisms that eat toxins and offer Natural Organic Solutions.

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Fighting Microbes with Microbes | The Scientist Magazine®

Like humans, with their complement of microbes that aid in everything from immune responses to nutrition, plants rely on a vast array of bacteria and fungi for health and defense. Over the last decade, research has revealed many new functional aspects of the crosstalk between human-associated microbes and human cells, but plant biologists are only beginning to scratch the surface of the often surprising ways that soil microbiota impact plants, from underground fungus-wired alarm systems to soil bacteria that can trigger defensive plant behavior or even act as a sort of vaccine. But despite these benefits, microbes are still primarily thought of as harbingers of disease……

Fighting Microbes with Microbes | The Scientist Magazine®.

Beneficial Bacteria: 12 Ways Microbes Help The Environment | WebEcoist

Beneficial Bacteria: 12 Ways Microbes Help The Environment | WebEcoist.

Excellent Read !

 

 

Organic Septic Tank Cleaners

Organic Septic Tank Cleaners

By Clifford Woods

Having a septic tank is one of the best and healthiest ways to get rid of the waste water from your home. Having a good septic tank cleaner is really important so that you can actually maintain the life and working order of your tank.

Now there are hard-core septic cleaners, which could potentially be dangerous because of their chemicals. So the safest way that you can go is by taking care of your septic tank system the all-natural and organic way. This will not only ensure the life of your system but it will also ensure that your soil, ground and family stay as healthy as they can.

The first rule of organic septic cleaning is actually getting your tank pumped out regularly. You want to ensure that you pump out all of the sludge and slime and other things that clog up your tank and prevent the anaerobic bacteria from doing its job and breaking down the solid waste that is washed out with the waste-water.

It has been determined that if your home does not have a garbage disposal then the rule of thumb is to get it pumped out once every 3 years. If your home does have a garbage disposal then you should get it pumped out every single year without exception.

Organic Septic Tank CleanersThe next thing is the organic septic tank cleaners, which have to do with adding biological additives including things like yeast products, natural bacteria and then enzymes.

You want to find products, which show that they are organic and that they will be safe for the ground water and soil around the tank that you are using. If you do not see this on the packaging then stay away from it because it could end up making people sick in the home, or even neighbors, because it could contaminate the ground water with chemicals and other non-organic substances.

You also want to make sure that with the addition of the organic cleaner that you also tend to your leaching field as well. It’s an essential part of your septic system and needs to be treated well to maintain that end of the system.

You will want to plant tall grasses or things like that over the field so that you will have absorption beds for the waste-water. You do not want to plant trees or plants with heavy deep root systems because this could actually cause damage to your system and that is a very costly expense to get fixed.

With any septic tank cleaners, make sure as it was mentioned before that everything you put into it is all natural, biodegradable and safe for the environment. You want to ensure that for generations to come that you are being a responsible home owner and doing your part to ensure the life of your septic tank system.

Make sure that you are caring for the soil and ground water around your home as well because if that becomes contaminated, then it could take a very long time to clean up and it can be expensive as well.

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Clifford Woods is the CEO of Effective Environmental Services and Organic Environmental Technology.

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Are Septic Tank Cleaners Worse Than the Stuff in Them?

Are Septic Tank Cleaners Worse Than the Stuff in Them?

By Clifford Woods

Chances are that most will only ever give their septic tank a second thought when the almost unthinkable happens and the system has to be repaired, replaced or scrapped altogether due to a blockage or breakage. Sadly however, what the same “most” also don’t seem to realize is that the way in which the natural standard is to use harsh, chemical-based cleaning and treatment products to clean septic tanks, also have the potential to cause more harm than good.

In fact, some might argue that the worst cleaners and treatments of the bunch are worse than the stuff in the septic tank as a whole – not a pretty picture!

Proper Function: In a septic tank that is working properly, the waste material transferred to it is broken down, turned to liquid and reduced in odor by way of a natural process. The key word here of course being “natural”, therefore common sense would dictate that in order to speed up and assist this natural process along, the only products to use for cleaning and maintenance should also be natural products.

Nevertheless, millions continue to clean septic tanks up and down the country using any number of products and preparations that are about a million miles from natural. Not unsurprising therefore that many of their septic tanks for “some reason” then begin to play up and refuse to do their job properly, leaving their respective owners wondering what on earth they did wrong.

Organic Septic Tank CleanerImproper Function: The simple fact of the matter is that use of a non-organic septic tank cleaner can do little other than upset the balance of the natural process needed to break down the waste it contains. In fact, the use and indeed overuse of harsh agents and chemicals like bleach, detergent and disinfectant can prevent the natural process from occurring altogether, and thus lead to a septic tank that serves no useful purpose whatsoever.

This is precisely why those looking to enjoy efficient, clean and odor free septic tanks really do have little choice other than to opt for 100% natural and organic septic tank cleaners and care products across the board.

Septic Tanks Cleaners – the Organic Way:

It comes as no surprise to learn that the natural way is by far the best, but what never fails to surprise is just how long the list of benefits is that comes with using purely organic septic tank cleaner.

Along with excellent everyday function and the promise of odor free septic tanks, the natural route to cleaning and maintenance also offers:

  • Excellent control of methane gas production.
  • Prevention of pipe blockages.
  • Ease of draining.
  • Ease of future cleaning.
  • Neutralization of any harmful chemicals present.
  • 100% safety for all metal and plastic materials.
  • Safer for human and animal contact.
  • Faster degradation of organic matter.

…and the list goes on and on…

More for Less: Given the way in which an elite organic septic tank cleaner can be picked up for no more than a standard toxic chemical example, there is simply no reason to cut corners on health, safety and the performance of the tank itself…period.

Summary: This article represents a brief discussion of the key reasons why an organic septic tank cleaning product would be vastly superior to a standard chemical alternative. It brings into account the performance of the tank, the safety of the product and also the potential for cost-savings.

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Clifford Woods is the CEO of Effective Environmental Services and Organic Environmental Technology.

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