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  • Your First Trip to the Scrapyard: FAQs

    19 April 2019

    You've been looking for ways to earn extra money, and you were told that collecting metal and bringing it to the scrapyard was a lucrative option. Now, you're off to collect metal—but you have a few questions about your first scrapyard trip. Keep reading to discover the answers. What kinds of metal should you collect? Most scrapyards accept all kinds of metal. They generally pay more for steel, iron, and copper than for aluminum, but you can certainly bring in the aluminum; it's worth something.

  • Tips For Recycling Your Electronics

    4 February 2016

    Many people don't know how to recycle their smartphones, tablets, televisions, computers, and other electronics that no longer work or are no longer technologically viable in terms of functioning. They know that they don't want to add to landfills but they also don't want to keep the electronics in their home and cause an increase in clutter. Here are some tips for figuring out how to recycle your various electronics.

  • Efficient Computer Recycling For Businesses

    7 November 2015

    System refresh operations are the key to keeping a business agile and tech savvy. Unfortunately, many businesses struggle with the right refresh balance. Some wait too long to replace their systems and may suffer with slower computers, while other businesses may abuse their profits by buying every new system on the market. Regardless of your refresh timing, replacing computers while recycling old systems can give you a small recycling return while keeping the environment just a bit safer if you take a few concepts to heart.

  • Cleaning A Grease Trap In A Small Restaraunt

    28 July 2015

    If you run a small restaurant you have a lot to do on a daily basis. Plus, you have other things that need your attention every so often that can't be ignored. One of these things is your grease trap. You need to make sure you are keeping your grease trap as clean as possible so it continues to work properly. This article will educate you on how to clean your grease trap yourself.

  • Using The Three-Pile Approach To Declutter Your House

    22 July 2015

    A major house cleaning and decluttering project can be made fun if you establish some goals. The three-pile approach to your project lets you clear out your house of unwanted items while helping other people and being kind to the environment. Here is how to organize your next decluttering project and feel good about getting rid of those things you really don't need. Dividing Your Personal Items Into Three Piles

  • 3 Tips For Getting The Best Use Out Of Your Roll Off Dumpster

    15 July 2015

    If you have the need for a roll off dumpster, you might want to review the following three tips for getting the best use out of it while you have it. This way, you might just be able to save yourself a little bit of time and money. Get A Slightly Larger Dumpster And Share Decide how much of a dumpster you will actually need. Once you have determined that, you might want to consider the price of the next largest dumpster.

  • Two Tips To Reduce Pests Around Your Garbage Bin

    13 July 2015

    Managing your home's trash removal needs can be a surprisingly complex task because your garbage bin will likely be a target for a variety of wildlife. Sadly, these animals and insects can make it extremely unpleasant to throw away your trash, but many homeowners assume that there is little they can do to prevent this problem. Luckily, there are two tips you can follow to reduce the problem for your home.