Preparing For Large Scale Computer Removal

If you're getting rid of old computers and making way for new systems, you'll need an efficient plan for keeping everything moving without impacting productivity for too long. Technicians need to be able to disconnect, move, then reconnect devices while properly disposing of recycling materials to keep things efficient while avoiding electronic waste (e-waste) fines appearing in some states. Take a look at a few computer removal and replacement planning points to maximize your workforce and your recycling. [Read More]

4 Fees Associated With Septic Tank Servicing

If you own a septic tank, it will be necessary to have the tank serviced once it becomes full. This typically happens every 2–4 years, depending on how big your family is and what kind of waste everyone puts down the drains. Unfortunately, when the bill for servicing the septic tank comes, it can be an unexpected shock at how much it is, even though you are paying it once every few years. [Read More]

Dumpster Diving Is Rampant: How To Deter Dumpster Diving On Your Property

If you haven't heard of the word freegan, don't feel bad. It's a relatively new term, but it's use is increasing in popularity. Basically, a freegan is someone who eats free food that someone else has thrown out. To keep their pantries stocked, many freegans practice dumpster diving, which is where you come in. As a business owner, you have to do all you can to prevent someone from getting hurt on your property. [Read More]

Four Things That You Can Do To Recover Materials From Renovation Projects

If you are a general contractor or builder, renovation projects may be a major part of your business. When doing renovations, there are a lot of materials that you have to deal with. Disposing of waste materials can be an extra cost for your projects. Many of these materials can be valuable resources for your projects and your business. Here are some ideas to help resource recovery for your renovation projects: [Read More]