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  • Getting Ready for a Major Home Decluttering Effort

    23 November 2015

    If you're ready to do some major house decluttering, it's time to use the three-pile approach to get rid of everything you don't want or need. You'll need to be ruthless in your decisions to keep or get rid of something, which can be difficult. But when you're done, you'll have more room in your home and you'll feel good about your organizational efforts. Defining Your Three Piles   By using these three piles, you identify everything that you no longer need and distinguish how to dispose of it all:

  • Managing Business Waste: How Your Company Can Go Green

    17 September 2015

    More and more companies are making an effort to go green. A recent survey shows that 56 percent of respondents stated they would be willing to pay more to do business with an environmentally friendly company. One way you can tap into this market is by handling the waste your company produces in an environmentally conscious way. Here are just a few ideas to help your business go green. Commercial Dumpsters For Recycling

  • 3 Things You Do That Hurt Your Septic Tank

    8 July 2015

    If your home is connected to a septic tank, you need to do everything you can to maintain it. That means you need to be aware of things you shouldn't do in your home. Here are three things you do that hurts your septic tank. 1. Flushing anything except toilet paper and human waste down the toilet. Your toilet wasn't made for you to use as a trash can. The only things you should flush are toilet paper and human waste.

  • Benefits Of Opting For A Septic Tank Installation Over A Sewer System

    26 June 2015

    When it comes to deciding on septic tank installation, you probably will not have much of a choice if you are buying a home that has already been connected to the local sewer system. However, if you are building your home from scratch, there are a number of benefits you could enjoy by opting for this type of waste management system. It is economical When constructing a new home, opting to build your own septic tank could end up being considerably cheaper than being connected to the sewer system.

  • Tips To Improve The Function Of Your Septic System

    23 June 2015

    A septic system is not designed to entirely remove solids from your wastewater. Instead, solids will float to the top of the water where bacteria will break them down. Whatever the bacteria doesn't break down will settle to the bottom of the tank as sludge. Gradually this sludge will build up until the tank has to be pumped to avoid overflow of sludge into your drainage lines or a backup of sewage into your house.

  • What Are The Features Of Luxury Portable Toilets?

    17 June 2015

    Portable toilets have been around for several years. They are commonly used at outdoor events, such as ball games, music festivals and county fairs. These are very convenient because they can be moved from place to place and are made of a sturdy plastic that is easy to clean and sanitize. In recent years, portable toilets have become more advanced than ever before. They are now referred to as luxury portable toilets to differentiate them from standard portable toilets.

  • Why You Would Want To Convert Roll-Off Dumpsters Into Housing For The Homeless

    16 June 2015

    Let's face it—it might not be the least insulting way to live, but it is entirely possible to convert roll-off dumpsters into a different type of mobile home. With so many homeless people struggling to stay warm and huddling near dumpsters anyway, why not convert clean and sanitized dumpsters into comfortable dwelling places for people who need them? It would not be the first time that such a conversion from poubelle (French for garbage, refuse) to palace has occurred There are several reasons why this would and could work, especially given the large homeless population in major metropolitan areas.

  • 3 Things To Know When Switching From City Sewer To A Septic Tank

    12 June 2015

    If you're moving from the city to a house you are building in the country, one difference you may encounter is the type of sewer system you use. In the country, you may need to have a private septic system installed on your property. If this is new to you, here are three things you need to know about this. You'll have to pay for the system upfront According to Home Advisor, the average cost of a septic system is around $4,500, but yours may be more or less than this.

  • Get Your Home Back Into Livable Condition After A Flood

    11 June 2015

    If you have just endured a flood situation in your home, you need to work quickly in removing the water to decrease the amount of damage you may sustain to the structure of the building. In areas where many homes have flooded, water damage restoration services are most likely in high demand, making it important to work on the flooded area on your own until you can have professionals come for an assessment.

  • Medical Waste Services: What Constitutes Medical Waste And Who Disposes Of It?

    11 June 2015

    If you have ever wondered what constitutes medical waste and how it is disposed of, the explanation is a simple one. You could ask a doctor or nurse, and they could, and should, be able to tell you exactly what makes the defining list for medical waste. If you do not personally know a doctor or nurse and do not move in medical circles with any frequency, then the following will help define and explain it for you.