3 Items You Need To Consider Recycling

Posted on: 11 December 2015

Oftentimes, people end up throwing items away that could in fact have been recycled and put to good use. Instead of simply throwing items away, you might want to look into recycling them. Not only does it keep items out of the landfills and prevent them from being overrun, but it also allows the components to be put to good use and create cheaper products that more consumers can afford. To help do your part, look into recycling the following three items.
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Aluminum Recycling: Is It Helpful Or Harmful?

Posted on: 8 December 2015

You've thought about getting into aluminum recycling for quite some time, but haven't been able to decide if it's right for you. You've heard that there isn't much point in recycling or that it's wasteful. However, those claims are highly exaggerated. The benefits of aluminum recycling far outweigh any negatives. And here is why. Criticisms Of Recycling The concept that "recycling is harmful to the environment" is one that has been gaining some traction.
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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle- Automobile Edition

Posted on: 8 December 2015

Almost everyone knows that cars can be recycled for scrap metal or used parts, but did you know that with several models, the vehicle is mostly recyclable? Even for old clunker cars, more of the car can be recycled than you might think. Here are the top 7 most surprising things that you can recycle from your old car. 1. Mats and Carpet Carpeting inside the car is very similar to carpeting in the home.
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Keeping Feral Cats Out Of Your Dumpster

Posted on: 7 December 2015

Having a dumpster on your restaurant property is a great convenience. With this convenience however, comes the responsibility in taking steps to keep the trash inside contained when you have a feral cat problem in your area. Feral cats are notorious for trying to get into dumpsters to find a source of food. Here are a few ways to safeguard the trash in a dumpster from feral cats so it stays safely inside while the cats remain safely outside of the container.
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