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By: Yellowblue Designs  09-12-2011

External Insulation - Before and After

Constructed primarily of brick, the old house garnered utility bills for heat in the range of 128,000 kWh per year and 113,800 kWh per year for power. That was enough to add a combined 13 tons of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere every year.


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09-12-2011

Green Building Articles and Tips from YellowBlue Designs

Humanure, the word often used to describe the output of a composting toilet, comes out looking similar to dry soil, which can be buried or given to a licensed seepage hauler in the US. Some countries, especially those still developing and without sewage infrastructure, can even use the humus as a soil conditioner. So how does a composting toilet work.