The Facts About Garbage Removal

About Me

The Facts About Garbage Removal

Hello, my name is Gloria Dunklin and this blog is here to inform you about garbage removal. One day as my young son watched the garbage truck take our trash away, he started asking me questions. He wanted to know many things about the process, such as how the truck worked and where the trash goes after they pick it up. I could barely answer his questions and my lack of knowledge about garbage removal was apparent. I wanted my son's questions to be answered, so we went and talked to an employee that worked at the garbage company. The employee explained everything very thoroughly to us and it was interesting to learn all about garbage removal. So that's how this blog came about. I wanted to share my newfound knowledge with everyone. I hope you find garbage removal just as fascinating as my son does.


Is Your Adult Son Treating Your Garage Like An Extension Of His New Home? 3 Tips To Get Him To Clear Out The Space

Your son has a knack for hanging on to his possessions long after they are needed. While his desire to avoid making waste is admirable, there also comes a point when his overflow is interfering with your ability to use one of the most important parts of your home. Your garage space is where you should be able to store your car, lawn equipment and other important tools. Unfortunately, all of his leftover furniture and appliances from his last apartment is just taking up vital space that you should be able to use. Read More 

4 Tips For Using Your First Dumpster Rental Service

Using a dumpster rental is a great way to get a lot of junk off of your property, which is why many people use these services when going through a large home renovation where many materials are going to be thrown away. If you are thinking about using a dumpster rental for the first time, here are four things you need to know: You Need to Make Room for the Dumpster: First off, you need to be sure that you have room for your dumpster on the property. Read More 

Proper Garbage Collection For Computer Systems

In many states, it's illegal to throw away computers without following proper disposal instructions. These instructions are actually fairly general, as you just need to make sure that computers are separate from the general trash so that garbage collectors can route them properly, or you may need to visit a recycling center on your own. If you're not sure of your area's options, and if you'd like to make a bit of money back for your effort, here's a good way to recycle carefully while getting decent pay rates at recycling centers and private buyers. Read More 

How to Stop Pesky Trash-Can Odors

Is your garbage can giving off a putrid smell? If so, a lot of things could be to blame. Hopefully you already have a good garbage-removal service that hauls away your trash at least once a week. If not, then getting one is definitely the first step in quelling garbage-can smells! Aside from that, though, there are many things you can do to reduce or eliminate trash-can odors and to save your nostrils until the next trash pick-up day. Read More 

Understanding The Differences Between Ferrous And Non-Ferrous Metals

Recycling metals can be a great way to save and get cash for doing your part for the environment. Today, every type of metal is recycled, and the different types of metals will vary in value. Generally, you can divide metals into two categories: ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Here are some facts about metals to help you better understand their value when recycling: Non-Ferrous Metals and Getting the Most Out of Recycling Read More