E waste pick up isn’t just for businesses. If you’ve committed to the KonMari method and are knee-deep in items that no longer spark joy in your life, scheduling junk and e waste pick up can make fast work of disposing your items in a smart, sustainable way.
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Relocating to a new office or building should be planned well in advance. Having a planning checklist can help.
When disposing of an old tv or computer, you know electronics recycling is the best and safest option. But did you know that many of the items you dispose of throughout your house may also qualify as e waste and fall under the umbrella of electronics recycling? Recycling these items is about more than protecting the environment. Many of these devices contain hazardous materials, such as lead, mercury, and arsenic. When they aren’t properly disposed of, these dangerous substances harm the environment as well as our health.
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Can you adopt the KonMari method to clearing out the clutter in your home without contributing to the e-waste crisis? If you follow the simple steps below, you can! Keep reading to learn how to responsibly dispose of e-waste and other items that no longer spark joy.
Electronic recycling is a responsible and necessary approach that can help to curb what many are calling an e-waste crisis in the United States. Our e-waste problem is just a small part of a much larger recycling crisis that won’t be resolved with blue bins and bottle collection alone, however. As more and more countries refuse to accept our e-waste and other recyclables, Americans are finding that reducing our impact on the environment begins long before we bring the trash to the curb.
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Almost every business has this one thing in common: they all produce junk that has to be hauled away. But there's good news for business owners with junk!
[Editors note: This post was originally published in November 2016 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.]
Public storage facilities have multiplied across the nation. But when it's time to clean out your storage unit, how will you get rid of the junk?
The housing market in general has improved greatly since the tragic days of 2010 when the foreclosure rate in the U.S. was almost five times the current rate in early 2019. But it still happens.
[Editors note: This post was originally published in December 2016 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.]
Now that the holidays are coming to a close and the new year is around the corner, it's time to plan for cleaning. And for businesses that often means junk disposal and dealing with e-waste.
When a home is vacated after a foreclosure, the home needs to be cleaned out before it is put up for auction or sold through a Realtor. A cleaning business is hired to get the home ready for potential buyers.