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Topics: Green Junk Removal
The United States is one of the most charitable and generous nations in the world. An important part of our culture is donating to worthy causes.
[This post has been revised and updated from the original post published in March 2017]
For too many people, the idea of simply tossing their junk into a landfill is not a great option, especially for getting rid of old furniture.
Fortunately, there are green junk removal options that include recycling old furniture. With the holidays here and the possibility of new furniture around the corner, deciding what to do with the old stuff is a priority. Or perhaps you are facing a move soon and are looking to downsize a bit beforehand.
When we think of recycling we usually think paper, soda cans and plastic water bottles. But there are actually a number of other household items that can be effectively recycled.
Household recycling can not only take different forms, but it can include a wide variety of common household trash items. In fact, with some creativity, planning, and a little effort almost anything you to simply toss out can actually be recycled, reused or repurposed.
Junk removal and recycling are not usually thought of as being the same thing. But with the right choices you can do both at the same time.
In America, we often talk about recycling and "being green." However, there is still a great deal of room for more improvement in the U.S. In fact, based on a joint study by Yale University and the EPA, the U.S. recycles less than 22% of its discarded materials.
Recycling and taking care of junk removal is not something most people associate with a lifestyle choice. But it is a choice that benefits everyone.
You can call a reliable junk removal firm to haul away your larger household junk, but what about the small stuff? Is it possible to recycle more than your cans and plastic?
It turns out that residential recycling not only takes different forms, but can include a wide variety of common household items. In fact, with some creativity and a little effort, almost anything you might otherwise toss out can be recycled, reused or repurposed.
A variety of materials in the construction debris disposal stream can be recycled. But few of them can be quickly made into new products. That's not the case for wood debris.
The construction and demolition (C&D) waste industry is growing and continually developing, yet too many contractors still aren't making full use of it's potential.
Landfills in the United States are being filled and closing faster than new ones are becoming active. All of which highlights the need for recycling much of what gets hauled with junk removal.
According to statistics provided in a report from SaveOnEnergy, there are currently over 2,000 active landfills across the country while the number of closed, or inactive, landfill locations reaches into the thousands. From plastic and metal, to glass and paper, the variety of materials that could be recycled is vast and abundant.
Most people would not consider junk hauling and recycling as being compatible. But you can be green by choosing the right source.
As much as we hear about recycling and the pressing need to "be green" there is still much room for improvement in America. According to a recent joint study by Yale University and the EPA, the U.S. recycles less than 22% of its discarded materials.