Select a Tag type and click on the image below:
Click and Draw to create a linked area:
Custom Made Sheer Curtains
Start by giving your windows the love they need! By installing made to order sheer curtains, you can up your interior game with a fresh creative new look.
- Report infographic
- Soft Fal Surfacing For Your Playground
Children do not bother about their safety while playing. The safety of children should be the top priority to avoid an unexpected and preventable injury. This infographic will show you how a soft fall surfacing can minimise injury risks.
- How to Fix a Furnace (Step By Step Guide)
Troubleshooting a furnace does have to be as difficult as you think. Your gas furnace flame may not be visible, there is not enough heat, or the furnace is constantly on. Those are just a few issues that might cause your furnace to malfunction. Our guide will show you all the tips and tricks on how to get your heat back on!Source: How to fix a furnace
- Roofing Maintenance Tips [Infographic]
These are a few tips that will help you detect whether your roofing needs to be replaced and will teach you how to effectively protect it so it can lasts longer without much damage. Visit https://www.rooftopdesigns.net/ for more details.
- Mastering Math: Memorization vs. Strategies
Discover the method that is proven to help your child master math, memorization vs. strategies. We explore the history of both approaches, how they came to popularity, and the pros and cons of each. We also reveal the method perfected over the past 15 years to help over 1 million students successfully answer over half a billion math problems correctly.
- Top 10 Most Used Addictive Drugs in the United States
There's mounting concern in the United States over the rising amount of drug and alcohol abuse. Watching a friend or family member struggle with ongoing substance abuse problems can be one of the most heartbreaking experiences in life. Here's a list of the top 10 most abused and most addictive drugs in the United States.
- From Wastewater to Drinking Water
Recycling water is the process where wastewater is converted into water that can be reused for other purposes like irrigation for gardens and agricultural fields or replenishment of groundwater or surface water. In some instances, recycled water that comes from your bathroom fulfills certain needs in residences, businesses and industries or treated to reach the standards of drinking water.When recycling wastewater into drinking water, sewage goes through advanced primary treatment where water is separated from large particles. It then enters the sedimentation tanks where chemicals are added to the mix to make primary sludge settle to the bottom and scum to rise to the top. Once water is separated out and 80% of solids removed, the remaining liquid is clean enough to be released to the ocean or subject to secondary treatment. In the secondary treatment, bacteria are added to remaining liquid/wastewater to ingest organic solids and produce secondary sludge that settles to the bottom. Tertiary treatment filters water to remove whatever solids remain, disinfects it with chlorine and removes the salt. For Indirect Potable Reuse, wherein recycled water becomes drinking water, tertiary-treated water undergoes advanced water technology, and then spends time in groundwater or surface water like a reservoir before being sent to drinking water supplies.