Recycling has become a part of our lives and with good reason. There are so many better ways to deal with metals, plastics, and other reusable materials than to just bury them under mountains of dirt. So how about those old appliances that you are pulling out of your home when you remodel? Did you know those can be recycled too? Damaged Doesn't Mean Worthless A refrigerator that doesn't work anymore may not necessarily be trash.
3 January 2017
If you're planning on a home renovation project such as remodeling your bathroom or putting up new floor tiles, you may need to hire a dumpster rental to take care of the waste generated. Renting a dumpster could also come in handy if you want to de-clutter your house or remove yard waste. This will save you time by giving you an easy way to deal with the waste other than having to transport it to a landfill yourself.
17 August 2016
If you have a car that you no longer want, you may be thinking of recycling it. Recycling is a good option if the car isn't running or is too damaged to sell. Recycling a car has many benefits for both you and the environment, but you are probably wondering what happens to your car during the recycling process. Here's what to expect. A Quick Note Once you decide to recycle your car, you will either be donating it or selling it, depending on your area, the options around you, and your car.
15 August 2016
Unless you're a computer repair or computer design professional, it's hard to understand the true shelf life of a modern computer. There's all kinds of generic sayings and measurements, such as the age of a computer or specific parts, but they're all inaccurate without calculating the sum to get the usefulness of the whole. Before you throw everything out, here's a glance at some of the most important parts in the computer, how they relate to current usefulness and how you can recycle what you don't need.
13 June 2016
Whether you are doing a remodeling job or another construction project, there is a lot of debris that you are going to have to deal with. Do you want to avoid extra costs for getting this waste cleaned up? Maybe you want to put a little spare cash in your pocket. With these few steps, you will be able to turn that construction waste into scrap cash: Step 1: Going Green, Reusing And Reclaiming To Save
6 June 2016
If you are gathering up your recyclables, you want to make sure you pull some aside so you can use them for other purposes around your house. There are many uses for both tin and aluminum cans. Learn about some of the things you can do with these cans by reading this article. Make a ladybug pencil holder out of a tin can You can turn a tin can into a decorative ladybug pencil holder in just a few simple steps.
3 June 2016
Rolloff dumpsters can be very helpful to have on hand during home projects such as minor remodeling projects. Many homeowners aren't familiar with the process of renting a rolloff dumpster; here are some of the steps you must take to make this process successful. Make Sure it's Legal Before you look for companies to rent a rolloff dumpster from, you'll need to check with a few authorities to make sure it's going to be legal.
3 June 2016
If your home is getting cluttered with junk, you may feel the need to purge that trash. But is it trash or is it treasure? While there are a number of items around your home that may be outdated and out of service, throwing them away isn't necessarily the answer. Here are three types of items that can be recycled, and doing so will not only benefit the environment but society as a whole.
2 June 2016
Renovating an entire house will require the removal of large amounts of trash and other items that you no longer need. Simply placing a lot of trash by the curb for the city to discard of can lead to you being fined if it is done too soon before a big trash day. This article will give you a few helpful tips to consider for getting rid of all of the trash during your renovation project.
26 May 2016