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What to Know About Grease Recycling

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If you run a restaurant, you know that grease trap maintenance is important. Not only is it legally mandated for most places, but it’s also important to keep grease out of your pipe system as well as the city’s pipe systems. But it’s another expense you have to deal with, and you know that just throwing away grease in normal trash cans is probably not that great for the environment.…

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From Trash To Cash - SCRAP Your Copper To Make A Few Bucks

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When you think of selling metal, pawning gold and silver may come to mind, but have you considered recycling copper? While not as glamorous as its gold and silver cousins, copper is a valuable metal in the recycling industry. Copper is in high demand, as it’s used in electronics and construction. However, mining copper is an expensive and lengthy process. Recycling copper is far more efficient. In fact, copper.org states that about half of the copper used annually in the United States is recycled, rather than mined.…

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Top Signs Your Business Should Use A Computer Refurbishment Service

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Right now, you might be looking into buying new computers and related equipment for your business. However, there is a chance that you don’t have to take this route, even if your computers are outdated and even if your computers aren’t in the best of shape. Instead, a computer refurbishment service might be able to help by refurbishing your existing equipment. These are a few signs that this might be a good idea for your company.…

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Moving To A New Area And Need Waste And Recycling Services? Ask These Important Questions First

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If are moving into a new home and you aren’t sure what waste removal company you should choose, you want to talk with all of the companies in the area that are options. This way you can find out what services are available at your house, who does both recycling and trash, and what the costs will be. When you get these companies on the phone and you are asking the questions, before that you ask these following things before decide on a service provider.…

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Battery Recycling: What You Need To Know

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Most people are familiar with recycling things like plastic and paper, but you may not realize that battery recycling is important as well. Several different types of batteries must be recycled properly so that no harm is done to the environment and that human health is not put in danger. The following article takes a look at this very important subject. Why Some batteries have to be disposed of in a certain way because they contain harmful substances that can contaminate the ground if they are simply left in remote areas or put into landfills or dumps.…

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Need Parts For A Project Car? 4 Tips For Searching Through A Scrap Yard

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If you need parts for a project car, and you don’t want to pay full price for them, it’s time to head to a nearby scrap yard. Most scrap yards are filled with junked cars that can be used for spare parts. If you’ve never been to a scrap yard before, here are four tips that will help you on your way. Ensure Proper Personal Protection If you’re going to be heading to a scrap yard for the first time, you need to ensure that you have proper personal protection.…

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A Few Reasons To Rent A Roll-Off Dumpster

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You probably have a large trash can, or a few of them, that your trash collection service empties on a regular basis. However, there are bound to be times when they are not enough. When you know that you are going to have a trash issue, call your service provider ahead of time and arrange to have a roll-off dumpster delivered on a temporary or permanent basis. Here are a few situations that could benefit from having more trash receptacles.…

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Making Money Off Unwanted Electronics: How To Maximize Profits

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Electronic waste can be very profitable for you if you know what to look for and how to recycle it properly. While the term has no true definition, it basically points toward items that people no longer use but still has useful life left in it. Old televisions, computers, and stereos are examples of electronic waste. There are ways you can make money off those bulky TVs or lackluster desktop monitors, you just have to know where you can maximize profits.…

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3 Ways To Reduce The Amount Of Trash You Toss In Your Dumpster

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If you rent a dumpster and are growing tired of how quickly it fills up, practice some of the following tips to reduce the amount of trash that you throw away. Not only will you be saving space in your dumpster, you will also be helping out the environment by not throwing away items that can be used for another purpose. Donate Food To Those In Need If you are in the habit of tossing away food items, foul odors can linger around the dumpster and attract insects.…

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Avoid Damage To Your Home And The Environment With Cooking Oil Recycling

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You just got finished frying a batch of bacon. You want to clean the pan, but you don’t have time to wait for the grease to cool so that you can properly dispose of it, so what do you do? You make the mistake that many people are guilty of – you toss the grease down the drain. Everyone knows it’s bad, but few people know just how bad this practice is.…

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