Types Of Recycling

Posted on: 6 March 2017
Recycling  Recycling is the process of breaking down used materials and reusing them for new products. Recycling your used materials can be done in many ways. Here are a few examples.  Curbside Pick-Up Curbside recycling is when your city or county sends a recycling pick-up truck to take recyclable trash from your curb at the edge of your yard. You usually place recyclable materials in bins or trashcans that are green or otherwise specially marked with a recycling logo.
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How To Prevent Your Neighbor's Dog From Getting Into Your Trash

Posted on: 13 July 2016
There is nothing worse than rushing around when you're late for work, and then stepping out your front door to be greeted by garbage spewed all over your front yard. It's very common today for residential garbage removal companies to request homeowners to place their garbage on the curb the night before pickup. While this is very convenient for them, it's also very convenient for your neighbor's dog to get into the trash for a midnight snack.
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Dumpster Value: 4 Small Family Clean-Up Projects To Help Fill Your Rental

Posted on: 11 July 2016
When renting a dumpster for a construction or clean-up project, you want to get your value's worth for the space that you're renting. Once the main project is completed, you may notice that there is some extra space in the dumpster. Instead of just leaving that open space and wasting money, there are a variety of small clean-up projects you can do around your home. By making a list of these projects ahead of time, you can ensure that your dumpster gets filled when renting it.
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How To Protect Yourself From Being Hurt Or Killed While Collecting Cans On The Roadside.

Posted on: 8 February 2016
Roadside aluminum can recycling is a great way to make extra money, help the environment and get much-needed exercise, all at the same time. However, this beneficial activity can also result in injury or death if you aren't careful. Pedestrian-auto collisions are an all-too-common threat, but other dangers also lurk for the can-gatherer, such as wildlife and weather activity. That's why you need to be prepared and understand how to stay safe when gathering cans.
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