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Dealing With The Aftermath Of A Hurricane? How To Get Started With The Cleanup

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If you’re living in a region that’s suffering through the hurricanes right now, the most important thing you can do is stay safe. Once the water recedes and you’re allowed back to your home, you’ll need to be prepared for what will come next. Cleaning up after a hurricane is never easy or safe. However, there are some steps you can take to alleviate some of the work and provide a safer work environment. Read More»

Recycling Computers Without Wasting Your Investment

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If you need to get rid of an old computer, the standard trash isn’t a good idea. Many states either set fines for throwing away computers and other electronic waste (eWaste) to the curb, or the garbage service simply won’t pick the electronics up. You may be throwing away some profitable parts either for recycling or resale, but a few details can help you figure out which path to take for making decent money back. Read More»

Tips for Renting Dumpsters for Home Remodeling Projects

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If you took the financial advisor’s advice and bought the worst house in the nicest area to maximize your profit after remodeling, then renting dumpsters is in your future. While no one wants to give much thought to disposing of household construction waste effectively, this is a very important topic for you since you will soon need to do just that. To help you out, here is a list of the most important tips you need to know when renting your dumpsters and disposing of your construction waste: Read More»

Four Things You Should Know Before Renting A Roll-Off Dumpster

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Renting a roll-off dumpster can be a great option for your landscaping, remodeling, or decluttering project, but there are a few things you should know before you rent a dumpster. Use this guide to help avoid extra fees and ensure you are using your rental dumpster properly. Create A Clear Path You’ll need to make sure that the area you have set aside for your dumpster can be easily accessed by the rental company. Read More»

Keeping Pests Away From Your Company's Dumpster

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Your company’s dumpsters can attract rodents and other pests, but there are ways you can keep these bothersome creatures away. With a bit of preparation and the help of your dumpster rental company, you can create a plan to keep your dumpsters as free from pests as possible. Here are just a few ways to achieve this goal. Regular Inspections It’s important to inspect your dumpster regularly for rust or damage. Read More»

Two Recycling Tips For Homeowners

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Protecting the environment is something that many people may feel very passionate about. In particular, recycling can be a highly effective way of reducing the impact that you have on the environment. To make sure that your experience using a recycling service is as convenient as possible, there are some basic tips that can help you to avoid routine oversights and problems while you are doing your part to protect the environment. Read More»

Renovating? 2 Things To Do Before Your Dumpster Rental Arrives

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If you are about to renovate your home, you might be more concerned about finding the perfect shade of paint or the right stone for your counters than you are about the dumpster bin that will sit in your yard. However, since trash disposal is a crucial part of your project, failure to prepare might cause trouble later. Here are two things you need to do before your dumpster rental arrives: Read More»

All You Need To Know About Garbage Collection In Victoria BC

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Most states will require home and business owners to have proper waste handling mechanisms. If you don’t comply with the set regulations, you will be fined, and the authorities can even halt the operations in your business. There are many garbage collection companies in your area that you can hire for the garbage collection service. However, not all companies will be able to provide the best garbage collection in Victoria BC service. Read More»