Teach Your Family to Save the World

Does Your Property Look Like a Junkyard?

Posted on

Do you live on a large acreage? If so, perhaps you have used part of your land for different projects like restoring old cars or repairing household equipment. Even if you don’t live on a large property, your garage might have accumulated too much stuff. If your property has taken on the look of a junkyard, your spouse might be motivating you to get the place cleaned up, especially if you are having guests over during the upcoming holidays. Read More»

How To Prevent Battery-Related Environmental Issues

Posted on

If you are like many people, you might use batteries to power many of your devices. Even though you might appreciate the usefulness of batteries, however, you could be a bit concerned about how your battery use impacts the environment. These are a few tips that you can follow if you’d like to help prevent battery-related environmental issues. Try to Avoid Using Batteries When Possible  First of all, it’s always a good idea to try to avoid using batteries when you can. Read More»

4 Reasons To Ask For A Recycling Cart

Posted on

If your garbage service offers a recycling cart, see if you can get one this spring. A recycling cart will allow you to reduce your impact on the environment while also providing you with more space to dispose of your household waste. Recycling on a regular basis has many positive benefits. #1 Reduce Landfill Material By putting your items that can be recycled in a recycling cart, such as cardboard and plastic containers, you are reducing the amount of trash that is leaving your home each week and heading to its resting place in a local landfill. Read More»

How Scrap Metal Recycling Creates A Better Environment

Posted on

Scrap metal recycling gives new life to old items while putting extra money in your wallet. This industry is one of the largest in the United States. It also decreases the amount of ore drilling throughout the world. Common metals recycled are wires, iron, brass, aluminum, steel, and copper. However, these metals are often tossed in the trash because of lack of knowledge. Read on to find out how scrap metal recycling creates a better environment. Read More»

Keep Or Toss? A Computer Scrapper's Time-Saving Tips

Posted on

If you have a few computers that need to be scrapped, what’s the best way to do it? Not everything in a computer has a high recycling price and can be put in a box for general recycling, but there are some items you may want to hold onto in case prices get better. Here are a few personal computer (PC) recycling tips to help you figure out what’s worth keeping for recycling and what needs to be tossed into a simple recycling bin. Read More»