Organize And Clean The Outdoor Area You Use To Store Waste At Your Business

Posted on: 20 May 2016

If you own a small business and the outdoor area that you use to store trash and recycled materials looks messy because of items that have been tossed haphazardly on the ground, use the following tips to clean up the area and keep it organized. As a result, your property will have an improved appearance and you will be able to get rid of unwanted items in an orderly fashion.
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3 Environmentally Conscious Ways To Dispose Of A Television

Posted on: 9 May 2016

When it comes time to replace your old television, a natural inclination can be to throw it into the trash to make room for your new plasma. However, this can be very harmful to the environment. It is also quite wasteful, as many times these old televisions still work. Instead of throwing it into the trash, consider some of these alternative disposal options: Donation Televisions that are still functional can certainly be donated to a charity or to someone who is in need.
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Avoid Disgruntled Neighbors During Home Renovation Projects

Posted on: 25 March 2016

Big home renovations can cause all kinds of problems. When you live in close proximity to others, you could find yourself at war with a neighbor that has been a friend or remained silent during the years that you have lived in your home. If you are planning a big renovation project, take a few minutes to read through the tips below to help maintain the peace as your project is completed.
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Dividing Up Recyclable Materials From Computers

Posted on: 15 March 2016

If you're getting rid of an old computer, don't let your entire investment go to waste. Although you won't get the full or even resale value back, there are still some valuable materials inside the computer that can be recycled for the sake of the environment and your wallet. Take a look at a few computer recycling components and prepare to do something better with your electronic waste. Aluminum Sources In Computers
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