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Incentivizing Your Children To Recycle

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According to the EPA, 75 % of America’s trash is recyclable, yet only 25 % of it is recycled. Studies also show that children preform better socially and academically when they are involved philanthropic activities like recycling. Teaching your children to recycle can help them do their part to preserve the planet. They might also be able to make some money in the process.  Here’s a quick guide to incentivizing your children to recycle:…

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Answered Questions About Roll Off Dumpsters

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Are you getting ready for a large remodeling project? Are you trying to decide whether or not it’s worth getting roll out dumpsters? When trying to decide between getting a roll out dumpster or simply taking your garbage straight to the dump, there are questions that you may have about the whole process. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions: How big are roll out dumpsters? This answer is going to depend on your local waste management company.…

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Making Extra Money With Scrap Metals

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You may have extra money collecting dust in your yard, basement, or garage, in the form of scrap metal. While ferrous metals such as steel require a substantial amount to justify the expense of transporting it to a scrap yard, other heavily used metals can bring good prices.  Prices for recycling scrap metals vary according to world demand, but there is always some money to be made on scrap metals such as:…

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How Important Is Grease Trap Cleaning Services For Your Restaurant?

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As a restaurant owner, there are many services that you will have to hire to ensure that your restaurant is kept clean, orderly, and overall a better place for your customers to enjoy and continue coming to. One service that you must be sure you hire is a restaurant grease trap cleaning service. Here’s why it is so important: Leaves the Unpleasant Job to Professionals: Cleaning the grease trap is something that your staff is just not going to want to do.…

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How To Keep Dumpster Divers From Making A Mess Of Your Commercial Recycling Bins

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If you have commercial garbage and recycling bins and commingle your recycling, then you have probably encountered a few messes brought on by “dumpster divers”. Their activities often result in an unsightly mess. There are ways to keep dumpster divers from turning your dumpsters inside out: Get an Extra Dumpster and Separate Glass and Aluminum Out Since these individuals are frequently after glass bottles and/or aluminum cans, get an extra bin for just glass and aluminum recyclables.…

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Important Questions Concerning Recycling Electronics Addressed

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Electronic devices have emerged as almost essential to modern life, and while these devices can be immensely useful while they work, disposing of old devices can actually be somewhat challenging. This stems from the fact that these devices need to be recycled to be properly disposed. Sadly, there are many people that do not realize these facts, and this can cause them to make potentially costly mistakes with disposing of these items.…

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Two Concerns Over Document Storage Services Addressed

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There are many businesses that must retain highly detailed records for many years to ensure compliance with legal and self-imposed requirements. Sadly, there are many individuals that are under the impression that storing these documents onsite or in a standard storage unit offsite is the most effective way of accomplishing this task. However, this is actually not the case, and document storage companies are able to handle this requirement while keeping overhead for compliance low.…

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3 Tips To Help A Hoarder Clean Up

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Hoarding may look like someone is just acquiring and keeping everything they possibly touch. However, that’s not what it is. A person who hoards is actually dealing with a mental illness. Hoarding is generally linked to a severe anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder. Collecting things and keeping everything is one way for that person to try to take some control over their life. If you are dealing with a family member who is a hoarder, helping them clean up their hoard can be difficult.…

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How To Cut Down On Your Recyclables

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Many recyclable items are mainly used for convenience, and although it is better to recycle these items than send them to a landfill with regular garbage, there is a limit to the amount of recycles that can be reused. There are ways that you can limit the amount of recyclables that you use, which can result in a cleaner environment and a healthier you. These include: Reusing water bottles. Millions of water bottles are thrown into recycling bins when they could be reused.…

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8 Tips For Using A Dumpster Safely At Home

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Residential waste management is more than just picking up the refuse from your home. You can rent dumpsters from a company (such as a local outlet like B-P Trucking Inc) and use them during your renovation. Although you might not be aware of it, dumpsters can be potentially dangerous. Here are some tips for managing the dumpster at your home until it is picked up. Choose the right location. The dumpster has to be on firm ground and in an area in which it will not be an obstruction.…

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