If you could do an online survey right now, would you be able to get through this marathon session. Would you have the stamina and discipline to compile a report on just how many mixers are in use at any given time. Would you be able to do this in a busy urban center like Ontario? Because going to a small town at the back of the woods, hundreds of miles away would pose no challenge. And you would be lucky if you could count the number of mixers in use in that small town on one hand. Industrial mixers Ontario use, on the other hand, will be far and wide.
How many apartment complexes are there in the city center? How many residential neighborhoods are there on the city’s fringes, old and colonial, or new and still fresh looking. How many industrial use mixers have been used over the years on the building construction sites? How many are still being used on present-day renovation projects where so many buildings are now being converted into green-friendly places of work and life, and will all the correct certifications to boot. No doubt, industrial mixers have to be used as sustainably as possible in order to keep Ontario’s own carbon content as low as possible.
And just what are all those other cities on the content doing about their unacceptably high carbon content levels and high pollution rates. A challenge and a half and some way to go still. Go back to your own kitchen and you will see, though, that there is hope. Because that food processor you are using in your kitchen can help you be more efficient and not let things go to waste. And what about the compost mixer in your new little organic garden?