[Editors note: This post was originally published in October 2016 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.]
Every year there's a flood of "old" phones added to the waste stream. But what should you do with your e-waste?
[Editors note: This post was originally published in September 2016 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.]
With the release of the new iPhone there is likely to be a flood of "old" phones being added to the e-waste pile. But how should you manage all that electronic junk removal?
[Editors note: This post was originally published in May 2016 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.]
Junk Hauling and E-Waste Recycling: A Great Combination
You may not think of "hazardous materials" when you toss out your old cell phone. But e-waste really is seriously hazardous.
So you've made the decision to do that big home remodeling project. You've got the plans, bought the materials, and have the tools. But could you be working with hazardous waste?
Some households collect up to 100 pounds of hazardous waste per year. Here’s how to store and dispose of it correctly.
Even though most of us associate hazardous waste with factories and the pharmaceutical industry, lots of this dangerous junk gathers in every US household, and for many reasons, it should never end up in a landfill or our water system.
You may not think your new home improvement project is going to produce hazardous waste. But the truth is your construction debris contains more than you know.