Hello, I am Jolene Bonnell. I am going to use my site to discuss all of the techniques and tools you can use to recycle waste. There are a number of recycling programs in each community. You can recycle your electronics, scrap metal, cardboard and textiles if you know where to find your local drop off points. Some communities even provide food waste recycling services that turn old food into compost. I hope you can use the information on my site to increase the amount of waste you recycle at the proper venues. Thanks for visiting. I hope to see you again soon.
26 July 2017
As time passes, it can be possible for your business or home to start to accumulate fairly substantial amounts of scrap metal. Often, this will come from damaged or broken machines. Unfortunately, there are many people that are unaware of the fact that they may be able to sell this metal rather than throwing it away. For anyone considering selling their scrap metal, there are a few factors that will need to be considered to avoid hassles or other problems.
9 May 2016
Stainless steel sheeting is used in array of different applications, both industrial and residential. If you are a homeowner who happens to have a few sheets of stainless steel metal sheeting hanging around after a project, you should hang onto it. Before you whisk those extra materials off to the recycling center, there are a few things you should consider about how it could be used around the house--specifically, in the garage.
11 August 2015
Do you have old wood furniture collecting dust in storage or up in an attic? It's not antique and doesn't have any worth, so what do you do with it? There are a few ways that you can recycle old lumber. Recycling lumber is good for the environment because it doesn't end up in a landfill. Landfills take up precious space and treated lumber can leak chemicals into the ground.
17 June 2015
Scrubbing out the waste bin is probably one of the least enjoyable chores you can think of -- right up there with scrubbing toilets and washing baby diapers! The stench of a dirty trash can can really turn your stomach, as can visualizing the buildup in the bottom of the bin. If you go about it in the right way, however, you can clean those trash cans with a lot less unpleasantness.