3 Ways New Investors Can Avoid Oil Investment Scams

17 September 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Articles

If you dream of becoming financially secure through smart investments, oil and gas is as good a place as any to start. The world's dependence on petroleum products shows no signs of decreasing, and investing in something that's in high demand is usually a safer bet than investing in emerging technology that may or may not become popular. However, there are good investments and bad investments, even in the oil and gas market. Read More 

Tips For Making Waste Recycling A Normal Part Of Your Construction Business

8 September 2015
 Categories: , Articles

The idea of green building has inspired many construction companies to adopt environmentally friendly products and practices. However, managing construction waste is equally as important as ensuring a particular type of wood comes from a sustainable forest. As much as 40 percent of the waste found in landfills comes from the construction industry, and reducing this number is essential to the long-term health of the planet and the people, animals, and plants that live on it. Read More 

Effective Strategies For Helping Your Loved One Deal With A Hoarding Disorder

4 September 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Articles

For some, the only experience with the compulsive disorder known as hoarding comes from watching the popular reality television show that follows people with this condition. For many others, however, hoarding behavior is something they may have to experience on a more personal level, either in their own family or within their circle of friends and acquaintances. In fact, according to statistics compiled by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, hoarding behavior affects as much as five percent of the population. Read More