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When you rent a curbside dumpster for your house, there are certain items that should not go in your dumpster. Basically, any household waste can go, but hazardous materials, yard waste, old car oil, and other garbage should not go in your dumpster. If you generate some such waste, the questions then becomes what should you do with your garbage? In many cases, you can work with your waste disposal company to create a solution that will work for you.
Posted on: 22 September 2015
The human body is made up of roughly 65% water. Without access to fresh water, you would perish after three days. The important role that water plays in the health and well-being of mankind has prompted many people to begin digging their own water wells on their private land. These private wells allow access to fresh water, even when municipal stores are depleted or contaminated. If you have begun digging your own well, you need to be aware of the problems that biofilm can present.
Teach Your Teenager The Importance Of Recycling With These Activities
Posted on: 31 August 2015
It can be difficult to get a teenager interested in something enough to learn more about it. So, if you want to teach your teen about how important it is to recycle and how, by recycling, he or she can help protect the environment, you need to make the learning process fun. To do this, you need to incorporate recycling education into activities that your teenager already enjoys.Art Projects
Simple Ways To Eliminate Odors In And Around A Dumpster
Posted on: 1 July 2015
If foul odors are lingering in and around the dumpster that you rent, the following tips will help you eliminate them. Complete each step on a regular basis to prevent odors in the future.Use A Citrus Oil Cleaning AgentAdd equal amounts of citrus oil and mild detergent to a bucket of warm water. Dip a long handled scrub brush into the cleaning solution and clean the dumpster's exterior and the area around and underneath it.