Keeping Trash Safe From Wildlife

Posted on: 7 August 2015

If you live in a rural area, and your home is located where raccoons, bear, possums or other creatures are present, you will want to take extra precautions in keeping your household trash out of their clutches. Here are some tips to use when storing and putting garbage out for collection in an attempt to keep it in your cans until it gets into the garbage removal service truck, rather than all over your yard, driveway, or town's streets.
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Three Ways To Better Manage Waste On Construction Projects To Cut Costs

Posted on: 22 July 2015

Costs are a major concern for any business. With construction businesses, waste can be an extra cost. Better management of waste means that you can save your business time and money. There are even some resources that you can put back into your business with good waste management policies. Here are some ways that you can reduce costs for your business with responsible waste management policies: 1. Using Containers To Keep Jobs Clean And Organized
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3 Reasons You Should Rent A Dumpster For Spring Cleaning

Posted on: 23 June 2015

Renting a dumpster is one of the things that makes people feel overwhelmed- but it shouldn't! While they're convenient to have during a remodel or while doing a major construction job, renting one during spring cleaning is also a really great idea. In fact, here are three great reasons to rent a dumpster or roll off container the next time you are doing some spring cleaning. 1. It's motivating. When you start to clean out the garage or a storage shed in your backyard, too often the garbage can fills up and you have to stop.
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2 Ways To Deal With Remodeling Waste

Posted on: 4 June 2015

When you are doing renovation work on your house, you are going to end up with a lot of trash. There are several ways you can handle that trash.  Check Out What's Recyclable You would be surprised at how much of your renovation waste is actually recyclable. That includes things like your sinks, tubs, and even cabinets. You can do one of several things with those. One is that you can take them to a recycling center, they usually have something like a transfer station where you can leave those things for other people, or you can donate them to a center that resells them, or you can sell them yourself.
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