Recycle Your Old Laptop – It's Both The Legal And Right Thing To Do
10 January 2017
If your laptop computer either bit the dust, or you're just ready for a newer, more advanced model, you should not just throw your old equipment in the garbage. Beyond just the idea of wasting a recyclable item, you may find yourself in violation of both state and federal law. There are both legal and ethical reasons why you need to follow a few simple steps and recycle all your old electronics; especially computer equipment like your laptops.
Does Your Child Want To Make Money To Give To Homeless Shelters? 2 Ways They Can Do It
8 December 2016
If your child wants to make some money to give to homeless shelters in your area, this is a very kind and generous thing they can do. If they do not have their own job, they can still make some money to help. Below are two ways they can do it.
Your child can recycle aluminum to help the earth as well as to make money. There are different types of aluminum products they can recycle for money including:
Unfamiliar With Automobile Recycling? A Quick View
21 October 2016
If you have never heard of automobile recycling, you are not alone. Most people assume that at the end of a car's life it just goes to a scrap yard to be stripped for parts. There is an alternative—recycling. The two processes should not be confused however. Here are a few pointers to help clarify.
Automobile Recycling Turns One Car into Another
No, it is not magic. The auto recycling center does turn one car into another, but not in the way that you think.
Choosing the Right Recycling Options for Your Business
3 October 2016
Recycling is an important force in the protection of the environment, but recyling can be tricky. There are many methods, and getting it right might seem like a challenge. Here are three options to make recycling easier for you.
Keep a Roll-Off Dumpster for Recyclables
The first thing to consider is getting a large roll-off dumpster to use for recyclables. You can have two of different colors, one blue and one green, for example, to indicate which one is for perishable and recyclable goods and which is for items that can't be recycled.