The Sun Can Help You Be More Energy Efficient

People need to start relying on oil and other fossil fuels today. Solar energy will play a result. This article can give you great tips on using it yourself. Don't assume that solar energy involves full scale and ripping out your roof. You should be able to use solar powered outside your home. If you would rather transition to solar power slowly, check out small-scale applications of solar power. This can be accomplished in a couple of ways. The first way is to get solar panels that you can be used to charge your portable electronic devices. The second way is to buy camping tools like lanterns and cooking equipment when you camp. Every little device you do will make your energy bill that much cheaper. You should also consider a back-up plan in case the solar panels don't work as they should. You can either get a generator or stay on the power grid and use this when your solar panels are down. You don't have to be on the power grid when you generate your own solar power. You

Government moves to close down tanning estate

Environment, Forest and Climate Change Ministry has taken steps to implement a recommendation by JS on closing down the Savar tannery. At a meeting held on August 23, the parliamentary standing committee for the ministry recommended closing down the Savar Tannery Industrial Estate at Hemayetpur (STIE), because it doesn't have sufficient facilities to handle the liquid waste produced by the tanners who live there. The ministry released a statement on September 11 that the chairman of Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation was asked to explain why the STIE should be kept open as per the recommendation of the parliamentary standing commission. Ashraf Uddin (director general of the Department of Environment), signed the letter on September 9, 2021. The Jatiya Sangsad Committee stated that the STIE can treat approximately 25,000 cubic metres liquid waste per day, while the tanners produce around 40,000 cubic meters each day. This means that 15,000 cubic metres worth of wast