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Wat ooit begon als een duurzaam idee ligt nu bij meer dan 150 horecazaken in de Nederland. De warmtekussens van Sit & Heat zijn de nieuwe manier van terrasverwarmen. En dan zonder de buitenlucht (en daarmee de aarde) op te warmen. Dat vonden ook de eigenaren van Papa Eatalia een goed idee. Dankzij een project van de gemeente hebben ze de milieuvriendelijke oplossing aan kunnen schaffen.

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Did you know that 100 hours of terrace heating with a heater at the highest level uses just as much power as 350 washes? Oops! We thought so too. In addition, lawn mowers, garden lighting and pond pumps are major energy guzzlers. This does not only cost a lot of money, but is also very bad for the environment. Keep your garden green in the long term by saving energy with the following tips:

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Since 2010, the European Commission rewards cities for their effort to protect the environment with the European Green Capital Award. The award is handed to the city which has shown active and innovative efforts to realise a more sustainable and cleaner environment. The purpose of the award is therefore to support and motivate European cities to improve the environment. From January 2018, Nijmegen can be the proud winner of the Green Capital Award 2018! Would you like to contribute to make Nijmegen even Greener?

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There’s no better way to enjoy this summer than at Pier 32 in Den Haag. While enjoying live music and a good draught beer, you’ll lounge totally comfortable on the heated cushions of Sit & Heat. Although many enterprises choose to heat the terrace with traditional gas heaters or electric heaters, Pier 32 chooses the most sustainable way. Because the guests isolate the heat, there is no heat lost to the strong wind on the beach.

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Amsterdam – Friendship does not only makes sure you can enjoy their cruises during summer, but from now on also during colder days thanks to the Sit & Heat cushions. Hot bumps on the water! The innovative way of heating totally goes along with the new boat engine legislation in Amsterdam.

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