First of all, a brief outline on what it means to be sustainable, and what it means to be doing things sustainably, might be in order. To be sustainable means that you have gone on to achieve a number of great things around the home and business to enable you to preserve most of your resources with less effort than before and save costs while doing so. Doing sustainable work is a regular occurrence, once you get into the habit.
You look forward to your next project because, efficiently managed, utilizing less tools than before, it gets done a lot quicker and there is next to no mess left behind. And, of course, you continue to save on expenses. You are saving in a big way because other areas, such as energy use, are giving your budget room to breathe. But of course, no layman or business owner can be expected to do all work of his own accord or at his own initiative.
To remain sustainable, he can of course, utilize specialists who have a habit of processing and completing all work projects as sustainably and innovatively as possible. A good example of this practice would be trenchless sewer repair. Perhaps not so much in evidence on the domestic front, but many commercial enterprises could find themselves benefiting from such a specialized service. As the name suggests, many business infrastructures within an industrial space will have sewerage networks that will need to be inspected, maintained and repaired from time to time.
And the beauty of it all and again, as the name suggests, there is no longer a need to be digging cumbersome, muddy and messy trenches. Sustainable materials that can be held in the palm of one hand are being used to build new sewerage pipes if and when necessary.