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Should you DIY with your plumbing woes or call in a professional plumber? From plunging a clogged toilet to repairing a small leak, the plumbing experts at Anyzek walk you through when to DIY & when to call the pros. Anyzek provides plumbing services to Camden, Gloucester & Burlington County, NJ.
" ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF PLUMBING FACTS SHEET Among the objectives upon which the World Plumbing Council was founded is promoting awareness of the plumbing industry’s role in protecting the environment by providing safe fresh water and sanitation through proper management, care, reuse and conservation of natural resources. The industry also plays a major role in the installation of technologies that address concerns about the depletion of fossil fuels and work toward reducing harmful emissions.
"Total US crude oil production in 2015 will reach its highest level since 1972, the U.S. Energy Information Administration predicted in its recent Short-Term Energy Outlook, reported by Oil & Gas Journal. Oil production, which averaged 7.4 million barrels/day in 2013, is expected to average 8.4 million barrels/day in 2014 and 9.3 million barrels/day in 2015. Additionally, EIA estimates that U.S. total crude production during May averaged nearly 8.4 million barrels/day—the highest monthly average production since March 1988.
"On cold winter days, a ray of sun streaming into your house can be most welcome - a free source of heat. But what about in the summer, when those rays of sun and other, less-evident solar heat, seep into our already too-hot houses and become a costly nuisance? Well, what happens is that you lose money. But using landscaping (namely by planting trees) to shade your home can be a great way to lower energy costs.
"The price of natural gas delivered to New York City and the mid-Atlantic states has soared to record highs this week, according to an article posted on NASDAQ.com. A snowstorm accompanied by freezing temperatures raised concerns among traders that natural gas supplies would drop again, as they did earlier this month, according to the article. Natural gas for delivery Wednesday soared to $135 per million British thermal units at Transco Zone 6, a pipeline delivery point in New Jersey where New York City gas prices are set.
"Parts of the Northeastern United States were pushed nearly to power blackouts this winter by a shortage of natural gas supply in the region and other factors, according to a recent report by The Energy Collective. There were three separate problems with natural gas supplies, according to the article. First, the region has become increasingly dependent on natural gas to generate electricity, and natural gas is less available in winter due to heavy demand for home heating. Secondly, there is insufficient natural gas pipeline capacity in the region.
"To understand why many of today’s health problems can be caused by the home you live in, you need to look back a few years to see what caused this to happen. You see, during the energy crisis of the early 1970s, highly insulated “tight” homes became popular because of their potential to reduce energy costs. Within a few years, however, complaints started to arise, due to health, and excessive moisture issues caused by indoor pollution, and associated moisture problems within these homes. In the late 1980s and early 90s, indoor air quality became a nationally recognized issue.