Christmas is the perfect time to share around the table with your family and friends – but what if your loved ones have some dietary restrictions? Leaving them out is out of the question, so we’ve gathered some diabetes-friendly recipes to help you celebrate the holidays while making everyone feel included.Read more
We’ve come a long way when it comes to worksite safety, and it’s not slowing down yet! With technology always advancing rapidly and our awareness of safety constantly improving, jobsite safety practices have seen some serious upgrades in recent times. One industry that’s riding this wave of change is construction, but these guidelines can be applied to all sorts of workplaces.Read more
With the arrival of fall, temperatures have begun to fluctuate and frontal systems are likely to create dramatic shifts in weather that can adversely affect your screen printsRead more
How Precipitation Percentages Work
The grill is fired, the beverages are iced, and soon people will be arriving. Then it happens: some well-meaning amateur meteorologist pulls out their phone and announces, “there’s a good chance of rain.” But what does that mean? When the local weather channel announces a 60% chance of rain. What are they really saying?Read more
How Does California Store Rainwater from Heavy Storms?
The ongoing conversation about drought and water conservation in California has many people looking for answers: how do we better preserve rainwater and other water resources? Recently, California has been inundated with storms, bringing much-needed rainfall.
Are you considering taking your favorite indoor furniture outside for a change of scenery? Maximizing your living space and creating a cozy outdoor lounge area is excellent. However, before moving your furniture, you should consider a few things to ensure it withstands the weather elements.Read more
The last thing anyone wants to deal with in the winter months is cleaning up bursted water lines in their home after they’ve frozen.
If you live in an area where the temperatures frequently plunge below freezing in the wintertime, you’ll want to check out the following tips to increase plumbing sustainability when pipes are most at risk in the colder months.Read more
Winter is a time to bundle up, cuddle up and hunker down. It’s also the perfect time to go camping…in your own backyard! Backyard camping is a great option if you’re looking for a way to get outside with your kids and enjoy nature. Here are some fun ways to get away from it all this winter.Read more
It might be hard to believe, but wood was once a popular material of choice for waterworks in previous centuries. The pipe networks under our cities were made of brick and mortar at first, with Philadelphia becoming home to the very first waterworks system in 1802.Read more
When setting up your restaurant’s interior, the spacing you leave between tables might not make your list of priorities. However, there is a strategy to be applied to how you lay out your restaurant’s tables! In fact, there are also government guidelines that need to be met.Read more