How to Supercharge Your Delivery Capability

As people have less time than ever in their typically busy schedule, they're always looking for ways to streamline their efficiency and cut down on unwanted tasks. This has created a number of opportunities in the service sector and, in particular, when it comes to deliveries. You may have recently purchased a ute truck so you can explore your own part of this market, but if you really want to take advantage you should think about adding a certain accessory to your vehicle. [Read More]

3 Tips for Preventing Algae Growth in Your Rainwater Tank

Slimline tanks allow you to harvest water from your roof during the rainy season and store it for use throughout the year. Rainwater can be used for human consumption and chores around the house. You can also use it to water your lawn and garden and for agricultural purposes. That's why you need to keep it clean at all times and ensure there's no algae in the tank. Water that's contaminated with algae is unfit for consumption. [Read More]

Does Your Pipette Need Calibrating? 3 Reasons for Pipette Inaccuracy

If you want to get the most accurate results when using pipettes in experiments, then you need to have them calibrated frequently. However, calibration isn't the only factor that causes inaccuracy with pipettes. Here are 3 reasons you could be experiencing accuracy issues. You're Using It Wrong One of the most common causes of poor pipette accuracy is poor pipette technique. If you're not holding your pipette in the right position and focusing on smooth drawing and ejecting, your results won't be accurate — even if the pipette is properly calibrated. [Read More]

What's the right way to deal with your waste water?

Industrial water production has been a problem for centuries, but it is only comparatively recently that businesses have been encouraged to minimise their industrial water production and to recycle their waste water back into the production process. Industries which produce waste water can be found in the chemicals, food and mining industries, and in the production of electricity, oil and steel. Each of these industries will introduce different contaminants into the water but the end result is the same. [Read More]