How Safe Is Your Biosolids Storage?

Posted on: 20 July 2017

If your business produces natural waste in the form of sewage, livestock solids mixture, or through another byproduct process, how are you storing the materials? Organic materials ranging from solid waste from animals to pulp from trees can be used as fertilizer, binding agents, or other solutions that other businesses are willing to purchase, but you need to make sure that your storage and sampling is correct. A few details can help you understand the difference between different types of waste, as well as proper storage. [Read More]

Minimize Waste At Your Restaurant And Store Scraps In Airtight Containers

Posted on: 26 June 2017

If you own a restaurant and throw away an abundance of food each day, minimize waste and store scraps in airtight containers by completing the steps below. As a result of your efforts, the restaurant's kitchen will remain organized and the roll off dumpsters that are on your property will not fill up as quickly as they used to.  Make A Shopping List And Store Items In Labeled Containers Make a shopping list that includes plenty of ingredients to prepare standard items on your restaurant's menu as well as specials that you plan on offering in the near future. [Read More]

Easy Ways To Obtain Aluminum Cans For Recycling

Posted on: 17 May 2017

Despite the benefits that aluminum recycling has for the environment, most people do not recycle enough. Part of the problem is that recycling aluminum cans is seen as a hassle, but it doesn't have to be. There are ways to make aluminum can recycling much easier and even generate a reasonable profit for the time invested. Aluminum cans are one of the most common items that can be found and recycled, so it isn't difficult to earn some money on the side through aluminum can recycling. [Read More]

Tossing Out Old Electronics? Here's What You Could Be Missing

Posted on: 4 May 2017

When you throw away old electronics such as computers, televisions, entertainment sets, or video game consoles, what are you really putting in the recycling bin? Is it just a sunk cost for entertainment and productivity, or is there real value that will rarely go below a certain amount of money? To figure out what you could be throwing in the trash, as well as ways to recoup some costs to feed into your next purchase, here are a few electronics recycling points to keep in mind. [Read More]