8 Ways To Take Good Care Of Your Septic Tank

18 December 2015
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If you are like many homeowners, you might not give much thought to your septic tank. You just know it sits outside your home and gets rid of waste. However, if you neglect to take proper care of your septic tank, it can negatively affect your health and finances. Here are eight effective ways to take good care of your septic tank: Use Your Garbage Disposal Carefully A garbage disposal can certainly make kitchen cleanup a lot simpler, but using this appliance the wrong way can have negative effects on your septic tank. Read More 

Keeping Your Construction Site Green Through Recycling

20 July 2015
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Construction waste is an inevitable part of any renovation or construction project, regardless of its size or scope. For companies that want to keep their construction efforts as green as possible, getting rid of commercial waste becomes a bit more complicated than just throwing it in the nearest dumpster. Recycling construction waste is not only the environmentally responsible thing to do, but it can also potentially reduce the costs involved in the disposal of construction waste. Read More 

What Are The Cheapest Ways To Safely Dispose Of Used Needles?

9 June 2015
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If you regularly use hypodermic needles to inject insulin or other life-saving medication, you may not put much thought into what happens to your needles once they've been used. However, federal and state laws govern the disposal of these needles (or "sharps"), and the cost of adhering to disposal safety guidelines can add up. What are the most inexpensive medical waste services? Read on to learn more about why sharps disposal is treated differently from other medical waste disposal, as well as a few tips you can use to keep your sharps disposal cost down. Read More 

Getting Down And Dirty – Cleaning Up After A Hoarder

3 June 2015
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You're not a hoarder, but a close relative is or was. And, unfortunately, their problem has become yours. Whether the hoarder in your family has been taken to jail because of their hoarding problem, or they have passed away and left a home filled with garbage, you have suddenly found yourself responsible for cleaning up a mess not of your own making. This is not an easy task. In most cases, you will need a lot of help and cleaning supplies as well as at least one dumpster rental-- if not more. Read More