Everyone has large junk items to dispose of once in a while. Often, these items are made of various metals and can be hard to get rid of. But scrap metal recycling makes disposal easier.
Scrap metal recovery and recycling is a massive and growing industry in the United States. Some recent figures give a sense of the volume of materials handled every year.
The refrigerator is probably the central fixture of any kitchen besides the stove. But, like any appliance, they become dated and old, and eventually need to be replaced.
If you've been thinking about upgrading to a new high-tech refrigerator, this is a great time to do so. New models now come complete with smart technology, temperature sensors, water filtration systems, and energy saving features. Not to mention a wide selection of colors and designs.
Garages and tool sheds across the country fill up with old lawn care equipment year after year. So what do you do with tools that are too large for the garbage bin?
Does your garage have an old lawn mower, edger or other unwanted landscaping tools just taking up space? When you have a broken or obsolete lawn mower and other landscaping appliances, you know that getting rid of them can be difficult, uncomfortable, and dirty.
We enthusiastically promote recycling in our society, but there is more to recycling than cans, bottles and newspapers.
Did you know that a large majority of items you might think have to be disposed of in a landfill can actually be recycled? Take your household appliances, for example. Can you recycle a refrigerator? How about an oven or even an air conditioning unit?
With the housing market still hot and looking to stay that way, many homeowners are considering selling. And that means making the right upgrades to maximize their home's market value.
There are a number of investments a homeowner can - and should - make to improve the curb appeal and actual resale value of their home. According to most realty and home improvement experts, home remodeling can be a great choice and the kitchen is one of the top priorities.
You’re looking forward to some spring cleaning and already planning to get rid of things. But what do you do with the scrap metal debris?