Three Types Of Hazardous Waste You Might Have In Your Home

Posted on: 7 March 2017
Whether you are cleaning out your basement or attic or you simply have some old items you need to get rid of, you might be surprised to find out that some belongings in your home are considered to be hazardous waste. You'll need to make special arrangements to dispose of these items appropriately. Use this guide to help identify some of the hazardous waste that might be in your home.
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Know Your Options for Safe & Legal Disposal of Needles & Sharps

Posted on: 23 January 2017
Most things can be tossed into a trash can or recycle bin without much thought, but medical waste is not one of them. Properly disposing of medical waste presents special challenges, and getting rid of needles and other sharps, such as lancets, requires an additional level of caution and forethought. To meet this challenge, authorities as well as private industry have developed several solutions in the form of safe disposal options.
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3 Ways To Improve The Energy Efficiency Of Your Office Building

Posted on: 24 February 2016
Utility costs for your office building can drastically cut into your bottom line by the end of the fiscal year. Managing individual energy usage in an office environment can prove nearly impossible, especially as employee counts reach the double digits and beyond. Instead, you must focus on upgrading your office space with technologically advanced systems to bring utility costs back down to manageable levels. Here are three smart ways to improve the energy efficiency of your office building with focused technology.
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Does Your Small Business Literally Burn Through Tires? What Are Your Best Recycling Options?

Posted on: 27 January 2016
If you own a small business in an industry that generates potentially hazardous waste as a byproduct of normal operations -- used tires or rubber components, paints, solvents, or batteries -- you may face a constant battle when it comes to disposing of these materials in a safe and eco-friendly way without hurting your bottom line. Because of their size, storage requirements, and potential flammability, used tires can be particularly problematic when it comes to proper disposal.
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