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  • Make Money Recycling Copper


    If you are looking for a way to make money on the side, then recycling is a good way to go. On top of making extra money in what can often be a relatively easy way, you will also be doing something that is good for the environment. One of the things that can bring you in a good amount of money for recycling is copper. Here are some places you can find copper to recycle: 
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  • 2 Things To Do To Recycle Metal


    Metal can be recycled forever. The metal that made up a car in the '80s may now be part of your house. All that needs to happen is to have the metal taken to a recycling center so that it can be separated out, melted down, turned into ingots, and then sent to a facility where the metal can be turned into a final product. You can do your part in the process by making sure that you are recycling that metal.
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  • Surprising Treasures That May Look Like Junk


    Whether you've inherited your grandmother's house that's chock full of junk or you are picking through the contents left in a basement of an old house you bought to flip, chances are you will come across treasures disguised as trash. Without knowing the hidden value of perceived junk, it can be easy to toss out something that could otherwise be repurposed or sold for money. Here are five commonly discarded items that could be transformed into something useful, if not sent away for ferrous steel recycling.
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  • PC Recycling And The Need To Reuse Computers


    Plenty of people these days are concerned about the consequences associated with buying and throwing out electronics. Thankfully, many of these issues can be addressed through electronics recycling.  The People Who Recycle Their Computers Will Be Helping to Prevent Several Ecological Problems All at Once Laptops and other computers contain plenty of valuable components and metals. When people throw them away instead of recycling them, all of those materials will be needlessly lost.
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  • 3 Things To Expect From An Eco-Friendly Trash Hauling Service


    Maybe you are attempting a garage cleanout or a huge cleanup project at a rental house. In either case, you are going to need someone to help you get rid of all of the trash that is involved in the process. You can usually find a few options to help with trash hauling no matter where you live, but there is one option that makes good sense if you care about the environment: an eco-friendly trash hauling service.
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  • A Recycling Guide For Building Managers


    Having a great recycling program in your building is something to brag about as a facilities manager. But getting the program to flow smoothly is a challenge. Here are some tips on creating a manageable recycling program for your building. Find a Company that Does it All Your first task is to find the right recycling services for your building. One of the biggest criteria will be whether they can handle everything that you throw at them.
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  • Steps To Take Before Recycling Your Old Computer


    If you have an older computer sitting around in your home, and you do not wish for it to take up space any longer, you will need to find a method in disposing of it properly. Many towns host electronics recycling days where you can drop off no longer needed equipment if desired. You could also find a recycling service to handle this task. Before you bring your computer to a recycling collection area, there are a few steps you should do to ensure the piece of equipment is free of personal information or desired components.
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  • Pinpointing Useful Scrap Materials In Computers


    Taking computers apart for scrap is a great study in materials use and can yield a lot of great parts, but you need to know where some of the most valuable materials are to get there effectively. Here's a few valuable scrapping areas in computers, along with ways to break down and store the materials for recycling. Aluminum Scrap Sources Aluminum is one of the first materials you'll run into and is the easiest to store for different levels of scrapping.
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  • Keeping Your Dumpster Trash Away From Feral Cats


    If you have your own restaurant, and you are situated in an area where feral cats have been known to frequent the area, your rented dumpster is most likely a hot spot for activity after you place scraps of food inside. Since these cats will be looked at unfavorably by customers, it is important to keep them away from your garbage to the best of your ability. Here are some tips you can use to keep these food mongers away from your dumpster effectively.
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  • Make Your Office Bloom With These 7 Spring Cleaning Ideas


    Most people think of spring cleaning their home -- getting rid of winter blues and preparing for a prosperous year -- but few think about doing so at the office. Since the average person spends so much of his or her life in the office, it's important to make a fresh start there as well. So, how can you do some successful spring cleaning at the office? Here are 7 ideas to get you started.
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