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Safe Recycling Tips For Old Hairspray Cans

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Aerosol hairspray is used by many people to achieve the level of hold needed to maintain a hairstyle throughout the day. Although hairspray can be a beneficial product, disposing of the aerosol cans many hairsprays come in can be challenging. Aerosol cans must be handled with care to prevent contamination or injury. Use these simple tips to safely recycle your old hairspray cans in the future. 1. Make sure the can is empty.…

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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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