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Review of “Haybox Cooking – Save Energy with Fireless cookers”

Written by Ivana Jakubkova, Events Officer Simply put, haybox is an insulated box which turns part cooked food into a finished meal without using any extra heat. Hay, the early insulating material, can be replaced with a variety of other materials and various forms of haybox cookers are saving firewood or gas around the world. […]

Posted 4 September 2017 | Categories: Opinion Piece | Tags: cooking, eco homes, fireless, haybox, solar

Making Waves: an introduction to renewable energy

This week our Recycling Coordinator Sam Taylor has swapped one resource for another in order to give us a quick and simple explanation of energy sources and renewables for British Science Week. If you are interested in physics (or even if you’re not), you may know that energy cannot be made or destroyed but is […]

Posted 15 March 2017 | Categories: Inspiration, Opinion Piece | Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomass, energy, renewable energy, solar, tidal, turbine, waves, wind