Children and Recycling

Safety Tips For Using A Rented Dumpster

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A roll-off dumpster, delivered to your home, can be the easiest way to handle trash disposal if you are undertaking a major home renovation or clean-up project. You simply choose the size and arrange for delivery. Once full or your project is complete, your dumpster company will pick it up for you, thus saving you many trips to the dump. Make sure you know about basic safety before your dumpster arrives by reading the tips below. Read More»

3 Items You Might Not Think To Recycle

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Oftentimes, many individuals end up throwing away products that have outlived their shelf life. They figure that since there is nothing more they can do with them, why not throw them away? However, some items can end up being recycled and put back to use for someone else. Not only does this help prevent items from filling up the landfill, but it also allows consumers to benefit from recycled items. Check out three items that you might want to look into recycling today. Read More»

Three Simple Ways That You Can Make Your Children Passionate About Recycling

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Across the U.S. in 2013, recycling programs helped prevent nearly 90 million tons of material from entering landfills. If you’re passionate about ensuring that this number continues to trend upward, it’s time to involve your children. Your kids might hear about recycling but not necessarily practice it – now is the time to make them keen recycling enthusiasts so that they carry this trend into their teenage years and even through adulthood. Read More»

Want To Play Your Part In Saving Our Planet? Learn How To Recycle

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According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Americans discard 52.8 percent of their garbage each day instead of choosing to recycle. Because of this, their garbage is taken to a landfill. This can result in toxins and greenhouse gases that can harm our planet. Follow the tips below so you can start recycling. Compost When food is thrown away and taken to a landfill, it cannot decompose properly.  Instead, it produces harmful greenhouse gas into the air. Read More»