Not everyone can rustle up a Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle cake or a jam roly-poly, so shop-bought cakes remain a mainstay of high tea for many a household. Thankfully, quality control on food production lines continues to improve. Now, a research art… Continue reading →
Scientists have found that breathing ultrafine particles from a large family of materials that increasingly are found in a host of household and commercial products, from sunscreens to the ink in copy machines to super-strong but lightweight sporting e… Continue reading →
Engineers have found that using a grocery delivery service can cut carbon dioxide emissions by at least half when compared with individual household trips to the store. Trucks filled to capacity that deliver to customers clustered in neighborhoods prod… Continue reading →
Although no exact formula for marital bliss exists, a researcher has found that husbands and wives are happier when they share household and child-rearing responsibilities. However, sharing responsibilities doesn’t necessarily mean couples divide chore… Continue reading →
The next time you go to toss your Seventh Generation laundry detergent bottle in the recycling bin, be sure to save the bottle cap to recycle on your next shopping trip. The maker of eco-friendly household and personal care products announced its…
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Rechargeable batteries are no doubt an investment. The upfront cost makes those $5 single-use batteries seem much more appealing.
But despite the price, The National Electrical Manufacturers Association has estimated that U.S. demand for rechargeables is growing twice as fast as demand for non-rechargeables.
Just how high is that demand? More than 350 million rechargeable batteries are [...] Continue reading →