Understanding What Happens To Your Recycled Electronics

Posted on: 29 November 2018

If you have recently decided to get rid of some of your electronic equipment in a responsible manner, then you probably recycled it. Recycling is possible for old computers, printers, radios, televisions, and other types of electronics. And, you may be wondering about what happens with the things that you do end up recycling. Keep reading to learn more. Salvageable Goods Most electronics are accepted directly by dropoff centers that specialize in electronics recycling. [Read More]

Why You Should Recycle Your Used Motor Oil And How To Do It

Posted on: 4 September 2018

If you change the oil in your car yourself, you can save money while keeping your car in top condition. Plus, you have the satisfaction and convenience of changing the oil yourself when you have time. However, you need to know how to dispose of used oil the right way. Here's a look at why you should recycle old oil and how to do it. Why Recycling Oil Is Important [Read More]

Have An Old Home With Old Metal Pipes, Wires, And More? How To Get Rid Of Everything On A Budget

Posted on: 26 June 2018

Taking the time to fix up an old outdated home can be time-consuming and expensive, but if you are smart with the metals that are removing you can save money or even put money back into your pocket. You want to make sure that you know what can be recycled or scrapped when it comes to the metal materials around your house, and even the other materials as well. Here are some of the materials that you may be able to get some money out of when you are removing them from the property. [Read More]

How Often Should You Get Curbside Recycling?

Posted on: 4 April 2018

Recycling paper, plastic, and metals such as aluminum is an excellent way to help the plane, because it minimizes the harvesting of precious resources and keeps tons of garbage out of landfills. One common question people have about the process, though, is how often they should opt for curbside recycling services, since many company offer weekly, biweekly, and even monthly pickups. Here are a couple of questions to ask yourself to help you decide which one is right for you. [Read More]