3 Ways You Can Dispose Of Your Computer And Protect Your Data

Posted on: 18 February 2016

You should never just throw away your old computer. Computers are full of toxic materials like cadmium, lead and arsenic that should not make it to the landfill. If toxic materials make it into the landfills, then they could possibly leak into the ecosystem and food supply. On the other hand, your computer contains all of your personal information. Throwing it away means someone else can get their hands on your personal data. [Read More]

Turning Glass Bottles Into Beautiful Plant Watering Devices

Posted on: 11 November 2015

Glass bottles can be recycled at your local recycling plant, such as Main Street Fibers, but there are also some creative things you can yourself do with those old wine or soda bottles. Glass is durable and beautiful, and you can use it to make some unique plant watering devices. Read on to find out how you can turn those old glass bottles into something useful as well as interesting. [Read More]

4 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Roll-Off Dumpster Service

Posted on: 15 September 2015

There are many reasons as to why you may need to rent a roll-off dumpster for your property. Perhaps you're having a large construction project done that will generate lots of trash and debris, or perhaps you're simply looking to get rid of lots of unnecessary clutter. Regardless of your reason for needing a roll-off dumpster rental, of course you want to get a fair price. By taking the time to ask a rental company four important questions, you can find the right professionals for the job. [Read More]

Scrap Metal Sources inside Computers

Posted on: 14 September 2015

Although computers are becoming more affordable in relation to their power as the years go by, the materials inside are still quite valuable. Gold for transferring data, magnets for holding information together, and aluminum for various purposes can be found in almost any modern computer. If you're throwing out an outdated system or replacing a broken system, take time to look through a few different parts of the computer to find valuable materials for scrap recycling. [Read More]