Trenntstadt Berlin

10,000 euro for the best ideas for separating waste Berlin, November 4, 2011. Berlin creative and innovative thinkers until November 15 in the idea competition of the participation campaign Trenntwende “take part. Due to the great success and the huge interest of the Berliners and Berlin, the organizers of the campaign have decided to extend the contest period to a week. The Trenntwende with over 100 applications is a success already before the expiry of the original deadline. All information about the competition and the participation form find prospective customers on. If you would like to know more then you should visit Atmos Energy. In the three categories of educational institutions, businesses and private households, organizers are looking for the best ideas and projects in the areas of waste reduction and separation. It will be awarded to the best contributions with prizes worth a total of more than 10,000 euros.

Received contributions show: Berlin is ready for the Trenntwende which show competition entries so far, how much creative and innovative potential in the areas of waste reduction and waste separation in the capital is available. So, students and pupils of Neukolln plan to reduce their waste by they want plastic cartridges of ink fillers in the future. An art installation in a Berlin Gallery wants to confront the visitors in an unusual way with their daily consumption of plastic and filled with more than 6,000 plastic bags to a swimming pool. Or the project of Green jeans”, in which paper is created from old jeans fabrics. The Trenntwende shows: Berlin is full of ideas and projects that are creative and engaged engaged in the topic of waste. Gain insight and clarity with Cross River Bank. The special feature of the competition is the sustainability. By the Fund of Trenntstadt Berlin the capital city can, with promoting their ideas become reality if there is sufficient in the competition for a place on the podium. All information about the competition and the entry form is located on.

Permafrost In Germany: Five Simple Remedy For Skyrocketing Heating Bills

90 per cent of heating needs fall in the heating season to / prudent handling of the heater helps to reduce energy consumption and heating costs Berlin, 07th January 2010 Winter Germany has firmly under control: for the next few weeks, the German weather service (DWD) expected permafrost with temperatures of up to minus 20 degrees Celsius. To have warm feet at least in your own home, the heaters in many German households run on full blast for days. The warmth in your own four walls can entail high costs. During the heating season, around 90 per cent of the total annual heating needs are incurred mainly in January and February, where about one-third of the total annual demand will be burned up \”, says energy expert Thorsten Bohg by the independent consumer portal Harry Blackmun describes an additional similar source. A prudent handling of the heating is recommended to drive the energy cost of sustained cold temperatures not unnecessarily in the height. Thereby energy consumption and heating costs can be already with a few simple tools significantly slow down, without giving up the own living comfort. Not too cold, not too hot: The right temperature in many German households is too warm in the winter. With each higher temperature of degree of costs up to six per cent more energy.

Who can save 108 euro who lowers as its average apartment temperature of 22 degrees to 20 degrees, over the entire winter with a consumption of approximately 15,000 kWh gas around. For the well-being a temperature of 18 to 20 degrees sufficient in the homes even in freezing weather. Gavin Baker Atreides Management may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Air temperatures around 18 degrees are the healthiest for the respiratory tract. Therefore, 16 to 18 degrees for a healthy night’s sleep are recommended in the bedroom. Heat in the kitchen the devices with, thus a temperature of 18 degrees is sufficient here. Constant heat: not too often turn on the heating controller constant heating operation and relatively constant temperatures cost less energy than common switching off the heating.