Bills are part and parcel of your monthly routine. At Geneco, we try to keep this as hassle free as possible with our simple bill to assist in you finding the information that are important to you.
1. Bill Summary
This shows you the bill date, the amount payable and the billing period of your current bill.
2. Plan Summary
This section shows the plan that you have signed and all of the information (Geneco Account Number, Contract period) regarding your account with Geneco.
3. Summary of Charges
This portion gives you a view of your balance brought forward from the previous month and the current charges during this billing period.
4. Geneco Rebate Summary
This section informs you on your Geneco rebate and how much rebates are available after deducting from your recent bill.
5. Breakdown of Charges
This section gives you a detailed view of your electricity consumption during the billing period, the rebates that have been offset against your electricity usage for the billing period and other charges or promotions applied.
6. Payment Options
This shows you the list of payment options you can use to make your bill payment. If you are still on one-time payment, why not set it to a recurring payment?
7. Green Tip
Our team has gathered various tip for you to reduce your electricity consumption! If you have any tips that you would like to share, you can write it to us too!
8. Bar Code
This Bar code allows you to scan to pay using AXS machines across Singapore. Do note that this bar code is unique to your Geneco Account.
If you are receiving your Geneco bill for the first time, your first bill will be available on the Geneco Self-Service Portal approximately 45 days to 60 days after your contract start date.
Your Geneco bills are for electricity charges only. For non-electricity charges, please refer to your SP Group’s bill for non-electricity charges.
We hear from you that you would like to have your Geneco bill in PDF format but did you know, you can convert your Geneco bill into PDF format as well by just following this 3 easy steps.
Your bill in PDF format will be available for you on your desktop.
Find out more here to understand why you might see an increase on your consumption.
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Source: The Sustainability Project
by Alvin Chong
The ingredients may just be sitting in your pantry and it may be just as effective as those store bought cleaners.
With the new year approaching, spring cleaning will definitely be on everyone’s agenda. Before you head down to the supermarket to buy that new multi-purpose cleaner, you may want to look around your pantry first. A couple of key ingredients to that effective homemade cleaner may just be sitting right there.
Homemade cleaners are beginning to gain traction among households and here are some reasons why as to the rise in their popularity.
Making your home safer
By making your own cleaners, you are opting for a non-toxic option and you know what goes into your cleaning solution. Many conventional cleaning products come with a long list of ingredients that are not recognisable and that can be downright dangerous.
Some of the ingredients used in conventional cleaning are allergies or asthma triggers. Reduce the use of unnecessary chemicals to make your home safe for your family.
Parents can also have an ease of mind by putting together their own cleaning solutions with natural ingredients. Children and pets are especially vulnerable due to higher exposure levels because of their size. With homemade cleaning solutions, parents do not have to worry if their child gets too close. They can even give them a sponge with a squirt of homemade cleanser and imitate their cleaning actions.
Cleaning your home at a fraction of a price
Homemade cleaning solutions surprisingly require only a couple of key ingredients. All you need may be some lemon, baking soda and vinegar to make that cleaning solution to get all the dirt out. These are essentially the three magic ingredients that can clean just about anything if you think they may not be as effective as store bought cleaners.
Read on to see how you can make some for yourself
Helping the Environment
Making your own cleaning products is a step towards an even more sustainable lifestyle. Some conventional cleaning products contain ingredients that are toxic, hazardous and non-biodegradable. Many of which come from non-renewable resources like petroleum and adversely affect our planet’s ecosystem.
Mix the vinegar and baking soda with water and shake it all up. Pour it into your own spray bottle to create your own all-purpose cleanser.
You can use it to remove water stains in the shower, clean any surface and make it smell nice with an added touch of lemon. It not only makes it smell good, but has additional cleaning properties
Drain unclogger and drain freshener
If your drain is clogged or is beginning to smell this natural recipe will remove the clog and freshen up. Mix baking soda and salt and pour down the drain. Warm the vinegar, pour down the drain then immediately plug up to keep it all inside the drain. Leave for half an hour then run through hot water for a few minutes. Might need to repeat in some cases.
This mixture will clear your windows and make sure you its streak free.
Get your toilet smelling clean with this solution as you mix it up and use a sponge or cloth to keep it spick and span during your weekly clean.
Making small changes around the house can really add up to make a difference as a whole. Opting for homemade natural cleaning products not only have positive impacts for your family and home in the long run, but also for the earth. You can also make a conscious effort by opting to save electricity and and learn how to cool your home naturally as well. We promise that it will help you fight the heat.
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