An El Nino predicted weather pattern means that some states have a higher than normal chance of bushfires. Bushfires can affect people who are far from the fire front, and this is because the smoke poses a danger to anyone who breathes it. If you are new to a state that experiences bushfires, you probably don't know how to best keep this smoke irritation to a minimum. Since it is not practical to move out of home every time you see a smoke haze, it is important you are aware there are two things you can do to your air conditioner to help reduce the impact the smoke has on the health of you and your family.
- Just because you know you have a grease trap, that doesn't mean you know what one does, how it works, and what parts may breakdown over time and require replacement. Here are three things that every homeowner should know about their grease traps, including signs something is going wrong with it. Grease Trap Use Most people know that a grease trap helps filter the wastewater from kitchens, but there is a little more to the process than that.
- One component of any domestic sewage system is a septic tank into which all the wastewater from the home flows. This tank presents several safety hazards that you must be aware of in order to avoid you or a family member getting involved in a septic tank accident. This article discusses some safety tips that you should keep in mind. Never Ignite A Flame Near The Septic Tank Septic tanks contain many flammable gases such as methane gas.
- Fire safety needs to focus on individualisation when considering a safe home environment for those with special needs or disabilities. Here are some tips and suggestions to ensure your loved one is safe in case of an emergency and thus give you more peace of mind. Questions to Answer If you are the carer of someone who has a disability ask yourself these questions when considering fire safety practices. Can they capably operate potentially dangerous electrical or gas appliances?