The first Floodline mobile exhibition roadshow is touring Scotland between 26 September and 7 October, giving the public the chance to meet SEPA hydrologists and find out more about flooding in their local area. A new leaflet introduces the website to farmers and highlights new features in the updated section relevant to them. I don’t know whether to be amused or amazed by your item on domestic cleaning on page 25 of issue 24 of SEPA View.
Only a truly ‘green’ housewife would SCRUB her silver, or plate, with anything, let alone toothpaste, and certainly not with abrasive toothpaste which could contain inimical chemicals. The golden rule for using oil is ‘like to like’: animal to animal equals leather; plant to plant equals wooden articles, especially antiques; mineral to mineral equals machines.
That superb craftsman, the worker bee, could tell us a thing or two about waxing furniture if we watched and listened to him for a wee while. Being an old-fashioned girl I am currently hoping to remove salad oil from a carpet with a paste of methylated spirit and bicarbonate of soda. The article on Forujerseys – www.econveyancingadelaide.com.au Clean Green Energy (pages 8-9) stated that “hydrogen in its various forms can actually supply the entire UK energy requirement. And to extract hydrogen from water so that it can be used as a fuel, requires more energy than is recovered by burning the hydrogen, so that the use of hydrogen as a fuel implies a loss of energy on the way. I do of course agree that hydrogen is likely to become important for energy transfer and storage. But energy supply – never.
In casual conversations in USA I have frequently come across the view “there’s plenty of hydrogen around”. This dangerous idea is perhaps why they don’t want the Kyoto agreement, or why they are not concerned about the oil running out. A company was fined a total of £3,750 at Stonehaven Sheriff Court on 29 June after admitting two charges of disposing of controlled waste, namely wood, coated plastics, paint tins, metals and other demolition materials.