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18 Aug 2014
Any reasonable forester will tell you that, in order to harvest wood from trees, you not only need a lot of trees, but you need a lot of renewable trees, at that. This does not mean that you continually plant and pull up trees. No, in fact that can cause more damage than good in most cases. However, when foresters cut a tree back to a certain point, the tree is protected from animals which feed on shoots, while also having a firm foundation upon which to grow new branches which are then harvested for building and other crafts.

This “partial harvesting” which foresters do is very effective for people who need to live off of the wood provided by trees, but who are not in a very good position to uproot entire forests. In fact, the eco systems and animal systems which are found in forests are plenty of reason to do partial harvesting rather than uprooting entire systems.

Now, when you are thinking about the care and maintenance of your company, we here at Envirosafe Solutions do not advise you to change out all of your company’s current chemicals without a second thought as to whether the new stuff will really work or not. No, instead, we ask that you try out our eco friendly industrial liquid, and determine if it’s effective and works well with your machinery and your cleaning crews.

There is a vast market for solvent free degreaser and for antibacterial hand wash. But you must be careful of companies which are trying to pull the wool over your eyes. You must be watchful and vigilant for businesses which may be just ripping you off. Instead, evaluate all of the business chemicals you use on a regular basis, and then decide if any of them need to be replaced with something better and more planet friendly.

That is our cue to arrive on stage.

We provide dishwasher powder, disinfectant, and radiator coolant, among a lot of other chemicals.

This article has been taken from : http://www.envirosafesolutions.com.au/articles/partial-harvesting-and-land-preservation/


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