Understanding Your Local Recycling Program

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Why You Should Recycle Your Old Laptops And How To Do It

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If you use your laptop for watching movies, playing games, or using power-hungry software programs, then you probably buy new computers on a regular basis so you can have more power, more storage, and faster speed. You may have a collection of old laptops stacked on a shelf or in the back of your closet that you’re not sure how to get rid of. Here’s a look at what you can do to recycle your old laptops so you can keep them out of the landfill.…

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Not Recycling Your Used Motor Oil? 4 Important Reasons Why You Should Be

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If you like doing your own automotive maintenance, that probably includes your oil changes. If it does, you should think about how you dispose of your motor oil. Tossing it in the trash, or pouring it in the gutter in front of the house is a dangerous way to dispose of motor oil. Unfortunately, many people still do that, which is why motor oil is still finding its way into local sewers and groundwater.…

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Setting Up Your Home For Curbside Recycling And Collection

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The days of dumping everything in the trash and letting it all go to the local landfill are over in most parts of the country. While there are still some landfills that are operating without recycling, the majority of them have switched to a program that requires recyclable materials to be sorted out of the general trash and sent to a recycling facility for reuse. Setting Up A Recycling Plan…

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Dealing With Recalled Airbags As A New Dealership Owner

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If you just opened a used vehicle dealership, you are most likely kept abreast about recalled components within each make and model of vehicle in the industry. This information needs to be scrutinized regularly so you do not try to sell a vehicle with a recall to an unassuming customer as this can lead to a potential lawsuit. If you find out a vehicle you are trying to sell has an airbag that has been recalled, using an airbag recycling service is an option.…

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Picking Out Recoverable Scrap inside Computer Components

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If you’re getting rid of an old computer, you might not realize that you can make some money off of the scrap metal. Aluminum from the case and copper wires on the inside can be observed with a few quick glances, but there’s a lot more metal and other materials that could fetch a nice price from scrap-metal buyers if you’re willing to find it. You’ll also need to know about the high-value materials that may only be available in small amounts.…

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