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If you’re concerned about making your home plumbing more environmentally friendly, installing a greywater system or a solar water heater may be a “someday” dream of yours. But not every green change has to be a big, expensive one. Every action you take to save precious resources is valuable. In that spirit, we offer you six simple and affordable ways to green your home plumbing, by reducing your consumption of either water or electricity — or even better, both. Leaking kitchen or bathroom faucets, shower heads, and water pipes are just plain wasteful. A single leaky tap dripping once per second means an extravagant 8 gallons of water go down the drain every day. The good news is that these can be remedied with simple and inexpensive plumbing repairs that will save water and reduce your utility bills. (Unfortunately, a leaky hot water heater is a more serious — and costly — problem. it’s a sign that your water heater will need to be replaced. ) Insulate your plumbing pipes. Readymade insulation can be purchased in easy-to- install tube form. Insulating copper or plastic pipes will cause hot water to stay significantly warmer on its way to your bathroom or kitchen (this trick is not necessary with PEX or steel pipes, as they retain heat much better). The happy result. You’ll be able to lower your water heater setting and still enjoy your nice hot shower in the morning. Install a low-flow shower head. As per federal law, the maximum allowable flow for all new showers these days is a conservative 2. 5 gallons per minute. This is way, way down from pre-1992 shower heads, which often had flow rates as high as 5. 5 gpm. So if your shower head was around way back when Windows 3. 1 was first released, replacing it will save you as much as 24 gallons of water for the average 8-minute shower. To save even more, try one of the latest low-flow shower heads, which cost only about $10-20 but boast an exceptionally low flow of 1. 25 gpm. Switch to showers. Speaking of showers, are you aware that showering with a modern shower head for 5 minutes uses less than a fifth of the water you’d need for a bath. Yes, that shower will require a maximum of 12. 5 gallons of water, while filling the tub consumes an eco-unfriendly 70 gallons. If you (or a family member) would like a graphic. Source: www.care2.com
Updated at 8:36 a. m. Jarden Corp. , the maker of Sunbeam appliances and Coleman outdoor gear, said it would buy disposable tableware maker Waddington Group for about $1. 35 billion. Reuters reported in March that Waddington's owner, buyout firm Olympus Partners, was looking for bids for the maker of plastic plates, cups and cutlery. The deal is expected to close in the current quarter and begin adding to Jarden's adjusted profit immediately, and is expected to contribute about 5 percent of adjusted profit in 2016, Jarden said. Waddington is expected to contribute about $800 million to revenue in 2016 and will be clubbed with Jarden's biggest business, branded consumables, which includes Bicycle playing cards and NUK baby products. Jarden will fund the deal with a combination of cash, common stock and debt. Up to Friday's close, Jarden's stock had risen 9. 3 percent this year, outperforming a 0. 9 percent rise on the S&P 500 Index. Jarden is the parent of Rawlings, the Town and Country-based sports equipment maker. Source: www.stltoday.com
At Jrama's Soulfood Grille & Barbecue Pit, there's a story to just about everything. Start with the name, Jrama — rhymes with "drama" — which is a nickname from co-owner Jamar Johnson's college days that stuck around. But it may as well also be the name of the cartoon avatar, designed by a local illustrator, who has the starring role in the Upper Front Street restaurant's logo — and bears a striking resemblance to Jamar himself. Then there's the stories people are sharing about the place itself. Word of mouth has sent a steady stream of customers through Jrama's doors since its soft opening June 19. Jamar, who co-owns the restaurant with his wife, Nicole, wants to hear every story his customers have to tell. When I call to introduce myself and let him know I popped in for a quick meal the week before, he jumps in: "What did you eat, and what did you think. Later, when I stop by for a chat, the restaurant is closed but the door's unlocked. In the span of 45 minutes, no fewer than three sets of hungry hopefuls step inside. Jamar asks what brought them in. Friends said they had to come, one couple reports. Another says that somebody told him he's just got to try the cornbread. During restaurant hours, Jamar circulates around the close crop of tables in the bright, cozy space, seeking stories and sharing some of his own. Customers are encouraged to sample dishes to help them decide what to order — and what they might want next time, Jamar says. "It's family," he tells me, "[me] finding out how the basketball team is doing, [them] finding out what's new on the menu. That emphasis on family pervades nearly every aspect of Jrama's, from the culinary offerings (one recent special: a family meal consisting of a whole chicken with sides), to the decision to close on holidays so their employees can celebrate with... "When people think soul food, they think African-American," Jamar says. But what people typically think of as soul food was a result of a mixture of cultures, and his definition of the term takes a much broader approach. "You have to care about it, and it has to take time, and you have to add love," he says. "Any culture where you call upon the ancestors to cook is soul food. And so at Jrama's, diners benefit from the Southern ancestral influence of Jamar's parents, from the. Source: www.pressconnects.com
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