Herbs, in Canterbury, are the plants that are valued for flavor, scent, medicinal, religious, pest control & many other aspects. The parts of the herbs that are used most include- leaves, roots, flowers, seeds, resin, root bark, inner bark, berries and sometimes the pericarp as well.
Spices, in Canterbury, are dried seeds, fruits, roots, bark, or vegetative substances, mostly obtained from herbs & used for nutritionally insignificant quantities such as a food additive for flavor, color, or as a preservative killing harmful bacteria or preventing their growth. Many spices are used for medicinal, religious, cosmetics, perfumery, or for consumption purposes.
Energy Efficiency Programs Save Customers Millions of Dollars (Long Island, NY) PSEG Long Island announced today that customers participating in energy efficiency programs in 2015 will save more than $60 million and 307,582,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year. The amount of energy saved is good for the environment, too, as it results in the elimination of the carbon dioxide emissions..