Six Items That Are Surprisingly Recyclable

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Curbside recycling has grown over the years and many cities offer it as a way to make recycling easier for their residents. You might already know about some of the things you can recycle such as cans and bottles and cardboard boxes and containers. However, recycling has gotten much bigger than these things and can now usually accept more items. For one thing, more manufacturers are making items that are recyclable, so the list of things which you can recycle has grown.…

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Options For Undeployed Airbag Disposal

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Airbags, especially undeployed ones from recalls or cars destined to become scrap, can be difficult to dispose of. This is because an undeployed airbag contains many hazardous materials that make it unsuitable for regular disposal or handling. The following are a few of the options available if you find yourself trying to dispose of an old airbag. Recycling Although recycling of airbags is legal, it isn’t free. Generally you will have to locate a recycler in your area or one that will take shipments.…

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Three Tips to Help You Deal with Waste During Home Renovations and Remodeling

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Your home is in need of major renovations, which means that you will have a lot of planning to do when it is time to start these projects. It is important to consider the waste that you will need to get rid of and plan for. You will need to consider items like roll-off dumpsters, reclaiming materials, and so forth. Here are some tips that will help ensure your renovation waste does not become a problem:…

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