Two tips for cafe owners who have set up an outdoor dining area

If you have recently set up an outdoor dining area on your cafe premises, you may find the advice below to be quite helpful. Inspect the shade cover over the dining area regularly If like most outdoor dining facilities, yours features a shade cover to protect your customers and their meals from the elements, then it is important to inspect the condition of this cover on a regular basis. [Read More]

Why You Are Required to Recycle Your E-Waste

As Australians continue to adopt new technologies at a fast rate, more electronic waste is bound to get generated. This further exacerbates the already complex problem of e-waste disposal and its detrimental impact on the environment.  Have you ever wondered why you're required to take your old, dead or obsolete computer, stereo, television, mobile phone, printer or other electronic device to a local or community e-waste recycling facility?  E-waste recycling, if done the right way, is beneficial to you and the environment in the following ways. [Read More]

Simple Steps to a Safe CD Duplication Process

When you're in need of a CD duplication service, it's natural to worry about whether your data will remain safe. Whether you're a musician worrying about copyright protection or you're trying to protect your company's data, there are ways to prevent and deter others from stealing what's on your CD.  Ask questions about the CD replication company's privacy standards Before you choose a CD replication company, ask them about their privacy standards. [Read More]

ALUMINUM ANODES

When two metals are placed in sea water, which acts as an electrolyte, they react. Some metal reacts more than the other. These reactions can lead to corrosion. For this reason, some metals are used as sacrificial anodes to protect the other metals. Basically, one metal is sacrificed for corrosion to save the lesser reactive metals. The more reactive metal is the anode and the other is the cathode. Aluminum anodes are used to protect the other metals when they are immersed in water. [Read More]