How To Recycle Used Oils Based On The Type Of Oil

Posted on: 4 July 2018
Most used oils are recyclable. However, each type of used oil can only be recycled in a specific way. If you have any kind of used oil laying around your home, garage, restaurant, etc., here is how to recycle each one in the way that is considered safe and acceptable by the EPA. Bacon Grease Bacon grease is recycled in the South for other cooking purposes. Typically, when the fat of bacon is made liquid, a home cook will catch the liquid grease in a metal container and keep the container covered.
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Tips For Stripping Copper Wire

Posted on: 17 April 2018
   If you've been thinking about getting involved in copper wire recycling, you may be wondering how best to prepare and strip the wire before you turn it in. After all, stripping the wire yourself reduces the work that the buyer has to do, which can sometimes net you more money for the wire. Here are a few things you should know about stripping copper wire and the best ways to do it.
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Tips For Managing Your Company's Trash

Posted on: 9 January 2018
Your company is likely to produce large amounts of trash and other debris on a regular basis. Unfortunately, there are many individuals that will simply be unaware of the strategies that may be used to better manage the trash produced by their enterprise. In addition to reducing the strain that your enterprise places on the environment, you may find that reducing your trash production can help to lower the cost of having the trash hauled away.
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Steps To Take Before You Recycle Your Laptop Computer

Posted on: 11 April 2017
When your laptop computer reaches the end of its life, it's ideal to opt for laptop recycling instead of simply throwing it in the garbage. By dropping the computer off at an electronics recycling depot in your community, you can trust that the device will be broken down and have its various elements recycled properly. Before you deliver the laptop to the recycling center, though, you'll want to take a few minutes to prepare it to be no longer in your possession.
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