tips for recycling at home

Tips for Recycling At Home

Recycling allows used materials to be repurposed into creating new items, rather than disposing of them in dumps and landfills. Keeping recyclables out of your dumpster will reduce your impact on the environment and conserve valuable natural resources. Check out the information below to find out how you can invest in the future of the Earth with a few simple changes at home. Use a Second Wastebasket Although your city may provide a recycling bin for curbside pickup, most homeowners choose to keep...

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Five Great Uses for Roll-Off Dumpsters

The average person generates more than four pounds of waste each day, so managing your family’s or business’s trash and debris is important. When you’re doing things you don’t usually do, you may need equipment you don’t usually have. Roll-off dumpsters and containers are a viable option for all kinds of waste and debris removal, including these five areas. Yards If you’re doing some significant yard work, you will undoubtedly accumulate more debris than your regular trash container can hold....

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what not to recycle

What NOT to Recycle

Recycling is a continually growing movement. Because of that, the number and kinds of products which can now be recycled are growing, as well. Unfortunately, it’s easy to get confused about what can and can’t be recycled. The little green symbol is a good start, but there are a few more specific things to know about what NOT to recycle. Shredded Paper One of the first steps of any recycling process is sorting. Shredded paper is difficult to sort, and many paper recyclers will not accept it. Unless...

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