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What’s the Cleanest City in Canada?

November 27, 2014

If somebody asked you what the cleanest city in Canada is, what would you guess? We’re willing to bet the answer will shock most people! It’s natural to think of cities on the coast where the ocean breeze is fresh and the sky is clear, but the real answer is actually a largely populous: Calgary! This is surprising when you consider that the city is in the centre of the oil and gas industry, and is dense with factories. Additionally having Alberta being atop Canada’s ranking for disposable solid waste per capita (at more than 2000 pounds per person) makes this clean city even more ironic. Nevertheless, it doesn’t change the fact that Calgary is the cleanest city in Canada.…

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Office Tidy

November 13, 2014

A clean desk is the first step to a productive work environment. Even for those who have gotten used to working in chaos, having an organized and easily accessible professional work space will likely increase efficiency. That said, it’s easy to procrastinate and make up excuses about why your working space is so cluttered. “I just don’t have time,” “I work better this way,” “As soon as I clean up a new mess appears anyway!” Regardless of your excuse, it’s still just that: an excuse. Follow these five tips to keep your office organized without too much effort: Keep a physical inbox With almost all office communication occurring online, a lot of people have abandoned their physical inbox. That’s a…

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DIYs to Keep Your Bathroom Smelling Fresh

October 29, 2014

Your bathroom should be a room where you can enjoy a relaxing bubble bath, but this small room is often the source of unpleasant odors. However, there are several easy ways you can keep your bathroom smelling fresh between cleanings! Avoid damp surfaces and fabrics Musty, unpleasant odors are often simply caused by dampness. Steam and humidity cause mildew. If you have a window, open it to let the steam waft away after a hot shower. If not, ensure the fan remains on until the bathroom is clear of steam. Wipe damp surfaces between cleanings, and train your family to get into the habit, too! Make sure your towels and shower curtain can dry thoroughly. Damp towels and shower curtains…

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