Discovery and Learning Archive

Timeline Remains Uncertain for Proposed Keystone XL Pipeline 0

The developer of the $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline between Canada and the U.S. still has no definite timeframe for the project’s completion, despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval. Despite gaining a permit in March, TransCanada CEO Russ Girling cited challenges for the pipeline project as the reason for

Crucial C’s: Study Habits That Can Help You Pass CompTIA Certification 0

Preparation is necessary to pass any CompTIA certification exam or any kind of examination for that matter. However, this kind of preparation also involves upgrading your study skills. Certblaster.com and other experts in this subject list a few study habits you can develop to ready yourself for that certification

Why You Need Marine Construction for a Wharf 0

Any place near the sea needs a place where people can go fishing or ferry people from one place to another. Many port cities have a wharf that enables these trading and traveling activities.  A wharf requires special construction as it is between land and sea. It needs to

8 Signs Your Preschooler Has Speech Problems 0

It is typical for preschoolers to say strange words that you’d think are just plain weird. Perhaps, that is just the way your child likes to call that particular toy, or that specific food, for instance. So, you won’t probably feel worried about it – but speech experts might

The Essential Importance of Processing Wastewater 0

Water is one of Earth’s most common resources and there are few places on our planet where it’s never or rarely readily available. Humans are among the living beings that need it for survival, existence and comfort. However, wastewater is released in the process of use and there is

Ensuring the Comfort and Safety of Builders 0

A construction worker has one of the toughest jobs in the world. In addition to their key role in erecting homes, establishments and buildings, they have to deal with basking in the sunlight all day long, withstanding extreme heat and breathing in polluted air. For our hard working builders,

Keep Your Office Open While Construction is Happening 0

Keeping your office open for business, while having a part of it remodelled or added means there are adjustments you need to make. The noise, dust and dirt, construction crew, added risks and many other concerns at site should alert you to the need for proper preparations. Here are

Better Safe than Sorry: Food Safety Tips for Summer Outdoor Parties 0

Now that spring is ending and warm, humid days are ushering in wonderfully, nothing beats a fun outdoor party with friends and family. While there are dozens of outdoor festivals lined up across the country until February, it’s nice to host your own intimate party or picnic with your

Wildfire Worries: How the Defensible Space Keeps Your Home Safe 0

A rainy October may have pulled Northern California out of its five-year drought, but that hasn’t solved the problem for the entire state just yet. In fact, three-fourths of the state still suffers from dryness, particularly Central and Southern California. The risk of wildfires remains high. As a residential

Yes, You Can Quickly Stop an Overflowing Toilet 0

You’ve just completed your business and flushed the toilet. To your dismay, you realize that water is rising closer and closer to the toilet’s rim. You have an overflowing toilet. You know you need to act fast, but what do you do? Here’s how you can handle this plumbing