Conserving Energy at Your Place of Worship
Once you have installed solar panels on your home to provide power for some or all your home's electrical needs, you will want to keep them well-maintained and clean so they can continue to work as well as possible. Dirt, leaves, snowfall, and other build-up can accumulate on your panels, and an effective cleaning routine will keep them working their best to produce electricity for your home. Here are some tips to help you keep your solar panels clean all year.
As a restaurant owner or manager, you know just how much grease is produced in your kitchen. There's greasy leftover sauces, remnants of salad dressings, and of course, grease from fryers and frying pans. No matter how hard you try, some of these grease and fat products are going to end up down your drain when you wash pans and dishes. If you're not careful, they could end up clogging your sewer lines, leading to dangerous and costly backups.
Are you a busy pastor of a place of worship? Perhaps, you and your congregation are concerned about the environment. You might desperately desire to start conserving energy at your church as soon as possible. Consider turning the lights and heating and air conditioner system at your place of worship off when no one is present. You might also want to think about using candles at some of your church services instead of electricity. Besides helping you conserve energy, candlelight creates a wonderful ambiance for church services. On this blog, I hope you will discover additional, creative ways to conserve energy at your place of worship. Enjoy!