As we all know it’s important to conserve water, but California is working on converting toilet our flushes into tap water! This week we discuss how we feel about this process as well as talk about a program that trains rats to become heroes! You don’t want to miss this week’s Biofriendly Podcast where we bring you the latest and greatest green news.
Leaking faucets waste thousands of gallons of water a year and could be easily fixed to help save local water resources.
For maximum water efficiency, select a shower head with a flow rate of less than 2.5 gpm.
It’s a fact only 2% of the Earth’s water reserve is freshwater. This makes water one of the most precious resources we have and makes it clear why it’s so important to curb your water waste. There’s hardly any other natural resource as abused and wasted as water. Adding insult to injury, climate change is […]
Our homes are our sanctuaries these days, with most of us leaving much less often. Home has become the office, school, play and relaxation, all-in-one – leaving many of us with far less space than we thought we had! It’s time to incorporate whatever type of outdoor space you have into your daily routine. Opening […]
Want to live an eco-friendly life? The best way to reduce your footprint on the world starts with habits at home. Water consumption often gets overlooked, but big changes to our everyday water habits are needed to confront society’s growing water demand. Now that we’re all spending more time at home thanks to COVID-19, water […]
From the tap to the bottle… what exactly are we drinking in our water and is it good for us? On this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob talk about what’s in the water, does it give us the nutrients we need, and why do people think Zac Efron has a dad bod?
Children learn new things about the world every day. When they’re not discovering words or watching educational shows on TV, they build social and emotional connections with other people. It’s good to continually expand their knowledge, especially at home. You don’t need to start homeschooling or form lesson plans to teach your kids about things […]
Let’s face it – whether we like it or not, it’s difficult to deny that climate change is actually happening. Sea levels are on the rise, there are water shortages across the globe, and ice caps are melting at an unprecedented rate. Something simply needs to be done – and soon. One of the most […]
Despite being oft-underrated, the bathroom is actually one of the most important areas of any house. After all, it’s the place most responsible for maintaining personal hygiene standards, and will at one point or another be visited by pretty much anyone who enters your home. That’s why keeping it nice and clean is essential. But […]