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During these times of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 and the violent storms in our region, many discussions about alternative power have arisen. When the power grid goes offline for any reason, it’s nice to know you have a backup system to help carry you through the outage.
The 50th anniversary of Earth Day has prompted deep personal reflection for many at SynTerra. The first Earth Day marked a turning point for many and has guided personal and business practices. For SynTerra President, Mark Taylor, Earth Day prompted significant life choices.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, our annual reminder that this is the only planet we’ve got and that we need to take care of it.
A worm farm is a simple construction to keep worms for the purpose of composting kitchen scraps and, ultimately, for collecting worm castings to enrich your garden soil and create happy gardens.
Urban Heat Islands are developing throughout the U.S., but simple and enjoyable tasks like gardening or keeping plants can combat it.
At SynTerra, our team drives all across the southeast to support client needs. Here are some tips, for home and work, that we use with our staff to keep our incidents at zero.
As we remain vigilant in keeping our homes and workplaces clean and disinfected it is important to read cleaning product labels. The labels provide important information that leads to the best results.
To get with the program, get inspired, and get tips on developing good habits, we turned to fit and active fellow employees for advice. What was found was inspirational, validating, and helpful.
SynTerra, as always, is focused on safety to help protect our employees, clients, and communities amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. For more information on our current status, read our full blog.