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4 Tips For Breaking Down And Sorting Scrap Metal To Make Recycling Easier

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If you want to make some extra cash, recycling scrap metal is easy and rewarding. To get the most from recycling, the metals need to be separated and sorted.  It is also good to know the types of materials that recycling centers accept and the rates they pay out. Here are some tips to help you sort your scraps and get more for your metal: 1. Easily Separating Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals  …

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Trash Removal Solutions For Concert Venues: Four Options To Consider

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Concert venues can product a lot of trash, and having the right solutions to manage the mess can keep your venue clean and orderly. Partnering with a commercial trash service is the first step toward managing your venue’s waste. Here are a few solutions to discuss with your service to keep a lid on your trash. Organic Waste Removal Food waste is just one type of waste that is produced by concert venues.…

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Tips for Preventing Identity Theft When Disposing of Personal Items

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If you are concerned about the growing problem of identity theft, then you should know that there are some special things you should do before you dispose of many common personal items around your home. By taking some simple steps, you can prevent criminals from stealing your identity and financial information. To safely dispose of these items, take action to protect yourself: Destroy All Unwanted Mail and Financial Documents If you often get offers for credit cards in the mail or have chosen to have your monthly bills sent to you via the USPS, then you know how quickly the piles of papers can accumulate.…

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4 Reasons to Create a Community Recycling Center with Roll-Off Dumpsters

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Does you neighborhood or town have a community recycling program? Would you be surprised to learn that creating one is not as difficult as you might expect? You can bring the people of your town or neighborhood together to recycle plastics, paper, and metals. Start with roll-off dumpsters for each type of material to be recycled. Place these in a common location and begin talking to people in your community about how to use them.…

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Maine Beverage Container Deposit Law And How It Works

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If you live in the state of Maine, you are probably already familiar with the State Beverage Container Deposit Laws and know that you pay a deposit on the beverage container when you make an initial purchase. You may be wondering how the system of deposits and refunds works, as well as what happens to all those returnables. Who pays a deposit on returnable beverage containers? The store where you bought your beverage has already paid a deposit on the can or bottle when it was purchased from the distributor.…

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Tips on How to Get the Most Money Out of Your Old Refrigerator

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The average lifespan of any of any large refrigerator is less than twenty years. It is just a matter of time when you must buy a new one. But what will you do with the old one? You are not alone in this decision. It is estimated that more than nine million refrigerators are disposed of each year. The last place you want to send your refrigerator is to the landfill.…

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Churches: Set A Good Example For Waste Management In 3 Easy Steps

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As a religious establishment, your church plays an integral part of your community. It is through your establishment that people seek guidance, discipline, and fellowships with like-minded individuals. With such a strong ability to influence, it’s crucial that your church takes every opportunity it can to set good examples – including demonstrating proper waste management practices.  If your church needs some work in the waste management department, here’s how to get it on the right track in three easy steps.…

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Waste Management Services: 3 Reasons To Go Digital

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In 2012, Americans generated over 251 million tons of trash; of which, 87 million tons was recycled and composted by waste removal management companies. These companies are constantly offering new methods to reduce waste, to increase the amount of waste that is recycled and composted and to improve the quality of services that are provided to clients. In particular, most waste removal management companies are encouraging clients to go digital with online accounts.…

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