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  1. For anyone looking for green waste removal, Brisbane is the place to do it. But you need to know who it is that you're partnering with. If you just go ahead and call on some unproven waste removal provider, you will never know where your waste will wind up. Moreover, you don't want to do more than you need to in the waste removal enterprise; if you can find a partner who will come out to your space, pick up your waste, and set the whole thing up for you, why wouldn't you want to do that? Here are some questions you should be asking ay before you decide on a green waste removal service provider. What: Maybe the first thing that you want to know about your is what exactly is considered "green waste"? You could be thinking it's one thing and they could have very narrow specifications for what they will take away. Maybe an even better thing to ask your green waste service is what they will take, regardless of whether or not it is considered "green waste." That is if you have more than simple green waste, you may wish to be looking into the services of a partner who can take away whatever it is that you have. You would hate to be sitting on a pile of excess trash simply because it is not considered "green waste" by whomever it is you decide to partner with. Where: Whether you have a whole garden full of pruned physical green waste or maybe you have got lots of paper, plastic and aluminum that you want to get rid of, you would hate to have to move all this waste just in order to have it taken away. A waste removal service who will only come to your property line or demands that you drop off the waste isn't really doing you any favors, are they? If you have to carry lot half way you might as well just finish taking it the whole way, right? You need to know just where the green waste removal in Brisbane finds for you will go and where they won't go before you give them any money. When: Another point about waste removal is that you need them to show up when you need them there. If this is a service which only comes in the morning for a couple of hours that might not work for your schedule. Moreover, you basically just need to have a waste removal partner who will go the extra mile and will work around your schedule. Make sure that your waste removal service will be able to work on your time frame or it might not even be worth it for you to bother. How: One more thing you want to know about your green waste removal team is how they will cart this stuff off. If they are talking about backing a huge dump truck onto your property and crushing that perfectly good crops you just pruned, that doesn't make much sense, now does it? You need to make sure that the team that's coming out to your space will be respectful of your property and will offer you all the assurances you need. One of the best green waste removal teams anywhere in Brisbane is Anything Rubbish. They will work around your schedule and they will honor your property so that you don't need to lift a finger. They may even surprise you a bit on their very reasonable prices so that you can call again!
  2. A new energy paradigm is emerging in Australia. In less than a decade, many countries will no longer be completely dependent on fossil fuels to power buildings and homes. Even oil and utility companies are preparing for the solar energy revolution in Australia. In the process of converting to this rapidly improving technology, Australians are reducing greenhouse gases while saving money on energy bills. Solar Energy in Australia Over 800 megawatts (MW) of throughout 2014, according to Green Energy Markets. That's enough energy capacity to power nearly 200,000 systems. Meanwhile, large-scale commercial solar electric systems were confined mainly to the Australian Capital Territory, where 21 MW was added, and in Western Australia where 11.5 MW was added. Here's how the small-scale systems were divided throughout the country: Queensland 33% Victoria 21% New South Wales 17% South Australia 13% Western Australia 12% Tasmania 3% Another interesting development in Australia was that electricity consumption fell 1.1% in 2014 from the previous year. This decline indicates that Australians are willing to cut back on energy to reduce their bills. The nation is clearly entering a transition period just as the solar energy paradigm in Australia is emerging as an alternative that does not necessarily require cutting energy usage in order to cut energy costs. Free Energy From the Sun Each day enough sunlight hits the earth's surface to power Australian homes for many years. The only thing holding back this concept from becoming reality is that the technology has not yet been invented to accomplish such a milestone for civilization. Solar technology, however, is rapidly improving and keeps getting more efficient and affordable every year. The era of huge solar panels to power a single home is over as panels continue to shrink in size while increasing in power the way computers have over the last several decades. and is then distributed to a box called an inverter, which is about the size of a meter box. This inverter is usually attached to a wall on the ground floor of the home. The inverter converts direct current into alternating current so that electricity can be fed to electric outlets that power regular home appliances from toasters to televisions. This type of technology that converts sunlight into electricity is called a photovoltaic (PV) system. Once this equipment is paid for, the homeowner enjoys free energy from the sun. Solar Basics There are several factors that determine how efficient a PV system will be. The size and quality of the panels matter, as well as the size and quality of the inverter. PV systems work best in Australia when they face north at a twenty-degree angle without trees obstructing sun rays hitting the solar panels. One of the great benefits of solar is that excess energy can be sold back to the utility company. Even on cloudy days, it's possible to generate enough electricity from sunlight, provided the inverter is powerful enough. At night time, the system switches off but returns the next day when the sun rises. Eventually solar batteries will solve the energy deficiency at night. The Future of Solar Solar energy has an incredibly bright future ahead. Every year new inventions make the technology more efficient. Some countries are starting to build solar roads that power bicycles while others are experimenting with solar shingles or solar spray paint. Electric car manufacturers are talking about integrating solar panels with carports for electric car charging stations. In Australia, companies such as Phoenix Solar are paving the way to an eco-friendly new century.
  3. Hello nora g hart, welcome to Green Blog! :)