Everyone is aware of the dangers of identity theft and the increase in cyber crime. But did you know that what you have in your household junk and waste can be a goldmine for identity thieves?
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The fall is a great time for cleaning and sprucing up your office or place of business. The weather is still good, but the heat has diminished, and the days are still relatively long. Preparing for the end of the year can involve much more than catching up on the books. And very few activities add to the sense of organization and efficiency than getting rid of old junk, broken furniture and unwanted equipment.
This is the time of year when you spend the least amount of time thinking of your lawn. Chances are you’ve put the lawn mower away and are ready for a few months of holiday fun before having to start on your lawn maintenance again.
Hiring a trash removal company should be a strategic business decision, not simply a matter of finding someone in the phone book. (And does anyone even use a phone book anymore?) Think about it: you are inviting strangers into your place of business and allowing them access.
New construction creates a fair amount of waste and debris. Remodeling, especially on a large project, produces its own kind of debris and trash that needs to be taken care of.
After a home has been sold and the moving process is completed, real estate agents often need someone for junk hauling.
Spring has arrived again and it's always a great time for cleaning up not only your home, but your office or place of business.
Spring is just around the corner and it's great time to be planning for cleaning and sprucing up not your office or place of business. And when you do, it will usually mean there's going to be a great deal of trash hauling and office junk removal to get rid of old or broken down office furniture, file cabinets and even electronics and computer equipment.
Actually, the work of construction garbage removal may not be all that hazardous. But the stuff in that garbage may well be! Construction sites are notorious for the amounts of material used that are considered "hazardous materials." And when the cut-ffs, scrap pieces and debris from these materials have to be hauled off and disposed of, they then become "hazardous waste"