How the Water Heater can help the Energy Infrastructure

2021-08-29T19:11:06-07:00Categories: Catch Water, Electricity, Heating & Cooling|

A controversial dam project could be avoided (and save billions) by merely replacing water heaters en masse. here's widespread agreement that in order to wean humanity off of climate-altering fossil fuels, we should switch

Sustainable Buildings are a Win-Win

2021-08-29T19:49:49-07:00Categories: Buildings, Catch Water, Construction Materials, Electricity, Heating & Cooling, Waste Water|

January 2020 now seems like a lifetime ago. The way we lived, the priorities we had, the hugs we shared. Was that really us? While our notions of safety, wellbeing and personal space have

Off Grid and Self-Sustaining Homes with Jonah Reynolds

2021-08-29T20:44:16-07:00Categories: Buildings, Catch Water, Disaster Relief, Electricity, Food, Heating & Cooling, How To, Permits, Tire Walls, Waste Water|

Have you heard of Earth Ships? This episode is with Jonah Reynolds, Earthship Biotect - which is the number one eco-construction and self-sufficient living design. Off-grid, self-sustainable houses. Absolutely an alternative investment. We

Passive house challenge – The Ice Box Challenge

2021-08-29T20:47:07-07:00Categories: Buildings, Heating & Cooling|

The Passive House Standard for low-energy buildings is being put through its paces in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market. The Ice Box Challenge involves putting two identical 720-kilogram blocks of ice under two separate structures

Fixtures for your Sustainable Minded Home.

2021-08-29T20:56:05-07:00Categories: Buildings, Catch Water, Electricity, Heating & Cooling, How To, Waste Water|

Being a steward of the environment means evaluating how many resources you and your family consume and consistently looking for ways to reduce your carbon footprint. The good news is that it’s pretty easy to make

5 steps to a sustainable, energy-efficient home

2021-08-29T21:06:16-07:00Categories: Catch Water, Electricity, Heating & Cooling, Waste Water|

For the 21st-century home, building with environmental sustainability in mind is a must. A sustainable, energy-efficient home makes the most effective use of building materials and natural energy. Many home builders look for new

3 ways to make old homes more sustainable and energy efficient

2021-08-29T21:10:02-07:00Categories: Buildings, Heating & Cooling|

You don’t need to start from scratch to have a more efficient home. Find out how you can boost your home’s environmental credentials with some smart retrofits. Building regulations require today’s new homes to

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