2015

  • Can You Throw Away Old Paint?


    Garbage collection does allow some kinds of old paint to be thrown away. However, not all types of paint can be thrown away, and all paint should be recycled or reused before being thrown away. Knowing what to do with your paint and paint cans can help you when your paint project is over and it's time to clean up.  Use It Better than throwing away your old paint is using it on another project.
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  • 3 Seasonal Landscaping Activities Made Easier With Access To A Dumpster


    Keeping your yard looking nice is an important part of being a home owner. While your municipal garbage cans might be able to accommodate the waste generated through routine yard maintenance tasks like mowing or edging your lawn, seasonal landscaping jobs can require more space than these garbage cans have to offer. Here are three seasonal landscaping activities that might be made easier if you choose to rent a dumpster for waste removal.
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  • Having A Cleanup Day In Your Town


    If you have noticed a lot of areas along the sides of roads in your town that have trash present, and you wish to do your part in helping to remove it, consider hosting a cleanup day to get other people in your community to help you with the process of beautifying your streets. A cleanup day is a great event for a scouting group or environmental club to undertake, and it would show town spirit by being actively involved in volunteer work.
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  • Your Household May Be Producing More Hazardous Waste Than You Realize – What Should You Do?


    When most people think of hazardous waste, they picture industrial plants and the chemical byproducts of manufacturing. But ordinary residential homes produce a surprising amount of hazardous waste that shouldn't just be thrown away with the trash. This waste can pollute the ground and even infiltrate groundwater if improperly disposed of, so it's important to take care of it safely. What Is Some Common Household Hazardous Waste? More and more household products today contain chemicals that must be handled and disposed of carefully.
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