Businesses and individuals needing to dispose of aerosol cans on a regular basis need to understand their responsibilities and be aware of the hazards that are potentially involved. The following are five things you need to know about disposing of aerosol cans to meet guidelines and attain safety standards. Aerosol cans qualify as hazardous waste on the basis of their being pressurized. Aerosol cans need to undergo special disposal proceedings regardless of what substances they contain.
3 July 2019
When you own a business, all the responsibility rests on your shoulders. This includes the responsibility for maintaining an adequate waste management plan. With all the responsibilities you have, it can be easy to forget about waste management. Unfortunately, that lack of thought can cause you serious problems. Here are just four of the reasons why you need to take your waste management plan seriously. 1. Manage Your Costs When you have an effective waste management plan for your business, it can help you manage your costs.
5 February 2019
Are you simply embarrassed for people who come to your house to look at your garage? Perhaps if you drive folks to your home, you use the front entrance so that they won't even have to go through the garage to get into the house. Or, it might even be that you are sick and tired of looking at your garage in its present state. From collecting scrap metal for recycling purposes to adding new shelves for storage, here are some ideas that might help you to have the well-organized garage you have been wanting for a long time.
6 November 2018
If your yard is looking pretty sad, it may be time to spruce it up with proper landscaping. While you can do this type of work on your own, it can take a lot of time and energy, and you may not know where to even start. The good news is there are professional landscapers who are willing and able to help you and they can offer many services. Keep reading to better understand why it pays to hire a professional landscaping team.
13 August 2018
Many manufacturers produce a lot of plastic waste in the form of castoffs, rejects, and excess. Even if you don't make plastic items, you may produce plastic waste in the form of containers or material handling supplies. Here are a few ways to get started with recycling your factory or plant's plastic. Start Sorting Your Plastic Waste Sorting your plastic is the first step towards recycling it responsibly. Sorting can also help you figure out exactly what your plastic waste consists of.
9 June 2018
Recycling is an important and growing trend in this country and around the world. There are a lot of things that can be recycled but one of the materials that is becoming popular is copper pipe. Sometimes it has been removed from an old building, other times from appliances, but good, clean copper pipe has some value. To the average person looking to make a few dollars, collecting the pipe can mean a decent payday at the recycler.
22 January 2018
Do you need an oil change? Is your car leaking? Getting rid of used oil can be a challenge, and that challenge gets even harder when you've got pints, quarts, or gallons of oil sliding down your driveway, parking lot, or yard. To handle oil containment issues from the regularly-scheduled draining to the accidental spills, here are a few used oil management concepts. Container Pains And Hybrid Jugs Do you change your own oil?
5 November 2017