The Process of Recycling

29 March 2017
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Have you ever wondered how recycling works? Many Americans participate in recycling, the process of reusing materials instead of just throwing them away to be taken to a landfill. The process of general recycling can be broken into four steps.    Putting it in the Bin. After you have used a product such as paper, a glass bottle, or a plastic carton, you should put it in your personal recycle bin, box, or trashcan. Read More 

An Empty Bottle Can Make A Great Gift

15 December 2015
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If you are looking for the perfect gift for someone who seemingly has everything. Look no further than your recycling bin. This is because the empty bottles that you have in your recycling bin can easily be transformed into a one-of-a-kind gift for that person on your gift list. Not only will you be able to gift something that is memorable, but you will also do your part in recycling this precious commodity. Read More 

4 Tips To Get The Most Money When Selling Your Gold

10 December 2015
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If you're looking for a bit of quick cash and don't want to fuss with the messy world of stocks, then you should consider selling some of your gold products. The 2010s have been a great decade for gold. For an ounce of gold, you can expect to receive a little more than $1,000. How do you cash in? Well, there are several tips you need to know about before you decide on cashing in your gold. Read More 

How To Recycle Instead Of Trashing Your Old Paint And Used Cooking Oil

10 December 2015
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An annual yard and home clean-up is a good idea to help get rid of excess trash, broken and discarded items, and yard waste. During a clean-up, you can collect any items in your home that are eligible for recycling instead of including them in the trash dumpster. Unused paint and cooking oil are two such items that are commonly not considered but are eligible for recycling. Here is some information about how you can recycle unused paint and cooking oil. Read More 

Disposing Of Coffee Grounds: Advice For Cafe Owners

3 December 2015
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Coffee shops continue to do great business in the United States, with annual revenues now in excess of $10 billion. Unfortunately, all those cups of coffee lead to a significant amount of waste, and cafĂ© owners must think carefully about how to get rid of their coffee grounds. Learn more about the environmental problems coffee grounds can cause, and find out about some of the ways you can deal with the problem. Read More