How To Reuse Plastic Bottles To Help Start Your Garden This Spring

Posted on: 11 January 2016

When you collect and deposit plastic bottles, newspapers, and other recyclable materials at a recycling drop-off location, they will be taken to a recycling plant and recycled into new products. As a consumer, you can recycle your own items at home to reuse them and extend their usefulness. As plastic bottles are made from petroleum, a non-renewable resource, it requires nearly four barrels of oil to produce one ton of plastic bottles.
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Cooking Grease Gets A New Life

Posted on: 27 July 2015

If you are like everyone else who has used a large amount of cooking oil for any reason, you have been faced with the problem of how to dispose of that oil after you were finished with it. While you have probably only had to deal with a gallon or two at a time, restaurants often have to deal with much more than that on a weekly basis. Lucky for them, this grease that used to be a waste product is now a hot commodity.
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About The Japanese Tsunami And How Commercial Trash Removal Firms Are Involved In The Pacific Coast Clean-Up Effort

Posted on: 27 May 2015

On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake off Fukushima, Japan, triggered a tsunami that washed some five million tons of debris into the Pacific Ocean. Currents are still carrying some of it towards beaches in North America. Here are some insights into the disaster, a listing of some items being found and examples of commercial trash removal companies playing a part in the cleanup effort. Debris Dispersal Much of the debris sank in the waters around Japan, but scientists estimate that about 1.
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How To Make And Maintain A Compost Pile

Posted on: 25 August 2014

As a responsible consumer, you probably think you already do your part to save the world when you place your recycling bins out for pickup. While recycling your trash certainly makes an impact on the amount of trash in the landfills, it doesn't do anything about the amount of food waste. By starting your own compost pile, you can put food scraps to good use and return their nutrients to the soil.
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