When Your Plumber Finds A Lot Of Copper Pipe: What To Do Next

Posted on: 22 March 2018

Old houses tend to have a lot of old metal pipe. Usually, the pipes are either lead or copper, but both need to be replaced. Copper corrodes and leaves an unpleasant taste in your water, while lead pipes will utterly poison you. Usually, if the corrosion is bad enough, your plumber will suggest that you replace the copper pipes. Then you have to decide how to best recycle the copper pipe.
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A Few Tips To Get The Most Out Of Recycling Scrap Metals

Posted on: 19 December 2017

Recycling scrap metals is a good way to earn a bit of extra cash while saving the environment. You will be ensuring that metal objects do not end up in a landfill where it will sit for years. It also will reduce toxic emissions from the factories that refine the metals when they do not need to produce as much. If you are going to be recycling, you might as well get the most out of them that you can.
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Backyard Forest Clearings: Effective Ways to Use Dumpster Rentals

Posted on: 4 October 2016

Creating a forest clearing in your backyard comes with many advantages and uses. A forest clearing gives an area for pets to roam and for kids to play, and it allows for the expanded use of recreational items like trampolines and tents. When planning out a forest clearing, there is likely to be a lot of waste associated with the area. To help get rid of the waste and keep the area as clear as possible, you can rely on a dumpster rental.
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How To Reuse Plastic Bottles To Help Start Your Garden This Spring

Posted on: 11 January 2016

When you collect and deposit plastic bottles, newspapers, and other recyclable materials at a recycling drop-off location, they will be taken to a recycling plant and recycled into new products. As a consumer, you can recycle your own items at home to reuse them and extend their usefulness. As plastic bottles are made from petroleum, a non-renewable resource, it requires nearly four barrels of oil to produce one ton of plastic bottles.
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