Waste disposal is an important responsibility for practically all people, whether it applies to their professional or domestic activities. Take your own life, for instance: you might be in construction and demolition, or you might merely be a homeowner trying to do some seasonal cleaning after a period of accruing clutter in your living space. In any case, you will inevitably find yourself needing appropriate waste management strategies. One of the most valuable courses of action you can take is to rent a waste management dumpster. Dumpster rental often proves to be a safer, more convenient, and more cost-effective strategy than most others.
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When nature comes calling in the form of severe weather - or worse - is your home safe? There are a number of simple things you should do to make sure it is.
The truth is that most people will never have to evacuate their home or deal with a fire or flood. But there's more to home safety than simply being able to get out quickly and safely. Yet, even doing that may be a challenge in some homes.
Do you dread going into your basement because of the piles of neglected junk and old household items? Make a basement cleanout a part of your home cleanout!
If you're like most folks, you already have too much stuff and too little storage space. And, like many others, you'll probably have more stuff after the holidays. So what will you do?
For many people, the garage is simply extra storage space. And, if you are like most people in America with a garage,k you probably don't use it to park your car. In fact, it's been estimated that less than 20 percent of homeowners and renters in the United States use their garages for parking cars.
Tis the season for holiday cheer, lots of traveling, and getting new devices. But what about your old electronics? And how do you get rid of your old TV set?
The holidays are a joyous time for most people. In addition to numerous memories, however, they also bring an inordinate amount of excess trash and debris to be disposed of. And, while getting rid of all the paper and packaging can be hard enough, having to get rid of old electronics can be downright troublesome.
We hear about identity theft all the time now and people try to take precautions. But did you know that your household belongings are a prime source for personal information?
You might think your household trash is protected, but the truth is that people can legally dig through your garbage. Now, with the recycling bins that are standard in most residential areas, all the paper trash, including old bills, statements and receipts, all end up in one place. And there is little you can do to prevent someone from rifling through your recycle bin.
The week of October 8, 2017 saw the unprecedented destruction of almost 7,000 structures, mostly homes. The massive cleanup will take months and mostly by experts.
The temptation for many homeowners who lost their houses will be to go in and begin cleaning up and re-building. But this is not a job they will be allowed to do, unfortunately. Officials noted that both federal and state agencies are planning post-fire cleanup in the seven hardest hit Northern California counties.
We typically associate estate sales with the passing of loved ones. Or the unfortunate situations where there is no family to inherit an estate. But did you know you can auction off much of your own estate now?
[This post has been update and revised from a previous post published November 2016]
If you're a business owner, real estate professional, or homeowner you'll need junk disposal sometime. And that's when it pays to know about garbage removal services and debris hauling.
It seems that there are times when circumstances dictate that major clean outs or moves must be made and one of the results is the need for junk removal. From garage clean outs to mattress removal, trash removal to debris from a major construction site, people end up with debris hauling jobs of all sizes and shapes.
Junk hauling and recycling go hand-in-hand. And by choosing the right junk removal company you can help the planet.
The United States has made huge strides in the past decade or so in terms of reducing carbon emissions, so-called "greenhouse" gases, and unprocessed solid waste. However, as much as we promote recycling and the pressing need to "be green" there is still much room for improvement in America.