3 Reasons To Invest In A Tire Shredder For Your Tire Shop

Posted on: 13 January 2016
If you operate a tire shop, you might currently use a local recycling service to get rid of the tires that you need to get rid of. There is a better option, however -- investing in a tire shredder. Although it will require an initial investment on your part, it can be beneficial for your tire shop in quite a few ways.   1. Cut Down on the Mess Around Your Shop
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3 Tips For Limiting The Amount Of Trash You Put Out On The Curb

Posted on: 13 January 2016
Some people decide that they need to limit the amount of trash they put out on the curb for various reasons. Whether you want to avoid going over the limits set forth by the trash company for how many bags you can set out each week, or you simply do not want to be the one neighbor with a ton of trash, you will want to check out the following tips.
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Using Can Recycling To Raise Money For Your Church

Posted on: 12 January 2016
In states where the general population can get paid to turn in cans for recycling, can collection and recycling is an easy way for your church to raise money. The following tips will help you request cans from church members, collect the cans and get money from your can collection. Enlist Volunteers Once your church has decided to collect cans for recycling, assign a committee to organize the effort. The cans recycling committee will be the brains of the recycling fundraiser.
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Do You Want To Recycle Your Car? 4 Things To Know First

Posted on: 14 August 2015
Recycling your car is a great way to get rid of a vehicle that is just taking up space on your property. If the car is in disrepair and the repairs wouldn't be worth it, consider recycling it so the metal and other parts can be reused for something else. Here are some things to know about recycling an automobile. Inspection Takes Place First The auto recycling center inspects the vehicle before doing anything else with it.
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