Every household accumulates a lot of waste. This is the world we live in now. Most of the waste that we accrue is benign, but some of the waste that is gathered in our humble abode can not only be damaging to the environment, but it can impact your neighbourhood as well. Think of the oils in your frying pans and pots. You let it cool down and then you pour it down the drain. That is one of the worst things you could do for both your pipes and the municipality. Continue Reading
Recycling bins are an essential element of any urban recycling program. They can be small and individual for personal or family use or they can be large and industrial for commercial and business needs. A recycling bin can be any container that is used to hold and store recyclables while they are waiting to be picked up and taken to recycling centers. They can be of any particular size to meet any need.
This includes recycling bins for homes, offices, public and private facilities. There is often a separation of recycling bins and containers to hold and tore paper, plastic, glass or metal materials.
If you’re reading this guide to learn how to prevent bed bugs, or what to do in the unfortunate situation where the miniscule pests find their way into your home – kudos for being proactive. If you already have bed bugs, on the other hand…well, relax. It’s not as complicated to get rid of them as you think.
By carefully following these four steps, you’ll be bed bug-free again in no time.
We know that recycling has a significant net benefit to society in terms of ensuring that waste is removed and natural products are reused for the future. But many homeowners are still allowing their electronic waste to end up in landfills and other sites around the world. This is often the result of a lack of understanding on the damage that electronic waste products can cause.
To help guide you as you consider your electronic recycling options, we’ll highlight the top 10 benefits you should recycle your electronic waste, in this latest post.