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How Your Waste Stream Is Sorted After It Leaves Your Business And Heads To The Recycling Plant

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Most business owners do not give it much thought. After all of your recycling is thrown out and picked up by a reputable waste stream management company, you hardly think about what happens to it next. Yet, if you are the particularly curious sort who likes to know all kinds of things, you may find the whole recycling and waste stream sorting process rather interesting.  From Your Dumpster to the Recycling Plant…

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Things To Do With Your Old Personal Computer

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If you have an old personal computer that you no longer want, you might have started to wonder what you can do with it besides throwing it out with the trash. If this is the case, then you will want to continue reading through the following ideas: Take It To A Recycling Center If your computer is extremely old and in really bad shape, it might be best to take it somewhere for PC recycling.…

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A Guide To Buying And Replacing An Airbag

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 When the check engine light comes on and you realize there is a problem with your vehicle, it is important to rectify this problem as quickly as you can. It is doubly important to be expeditious about fixing this problem if you find out that it involves an airbag that needs to be replaced. If you want to learn about shopping for an airbag, disposing of your old airbag, and more, read on and apply these guidelines.…

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Making It Easier For Employees To Recycle

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Recycling programs can have a good number of advantages from an employer’s perspective. It can help give your business an eco-friendly reputation, save money on garbage hauling and landfill taxes, and give you a better feeling about the work your company is doing. Many employees will be on board with a recycling program for their own reasons. But to fully get everyone on board, you may need to take steps to make your recycling program as easy as possible for employees to follow.…

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3 Ways Get Rid Of A Car You No Longer Drive

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If you own a car you don’t drive anymore because it’s too old for the road or doesn’t even run, it can be little more than an eyesore sitting on your property. If you want to get rid of your old clunker in a positive way here are 3 things you can do with a car you no longer drive. Part it out If you need to make some money off your old ride, you can part it out to score some cash.…

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Tips To Help You Make More Money From Scrap Copper

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If you are just getting started making money by selling scrap metals to a scrapyard, you might be wondering how to make more money. There are many ways to do this, but one option is to prepare your scrap copper in ways that will result in higher prices. Here are several tips to help you with this. Remove Copper From Items A lot of items you may come across could contain copper, and copper is one of the highest-paying scrap metals you can encounter.…

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Things To Do Before Sending Your Vehicle To An Automobile Recycling Center

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If you have decided that your vehicle has seen better days and is really not fit for the road anymore, you might want to send it off to an automobile recycling center. Of course, before you do that, you might want to take a few moments to check out the following suggestions of things that you should do first.  Remove All Speakers And The Radio Even if the radio in your vehicle is the original radio, someone may want to buy it off of you, or it might fit in another vehicle that you end up owning.…

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Dumpster Placement Tips For Stress-Free Maintenance

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Proper maintenance of a dumpster is necessary if you want to avoid rodent and bad odor problems around your home. You have to regularly clean your dumpster so as to reduce the rate of bacterial build-up. You have to also ensure that you wrap any foodstuffs in plastic bags so as to discourage rodents from setting [up] camp in your home. Cleaning the area around the dumpster is a must. And so is making sure that the dumpster lid is always closed.…

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Tips To Help Your Reduce Your Waste

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The zero waste movement consists of normal, everyday people working to lower the amount of actual garbage they produce. A combination of tactics is used to reach this goal, including lowered consumption, recycling, and composting. The following tips can help you lower the amount of waste that comes out of your home. Tip #1: Refuse and Reduce These are the most important of the tips, especially when it comes to plastic items.…

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3 Simple Steps To Turn Your Common Waste Into Pocket Cash During Hard Times

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When times get difficult and you need extra pocket cash to get from day to day, recycling can be a great resource. There is a lot of common waste that you may put by the curb or throw in the garbage bin that can actually be turned into cash to put in your pocket. Consider some of the more valuable materials you throw out, such as glass, metal and electronics that can contain more valuable metals.…

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