How To Get Into The Side Hussle Of Scrap Metal Recyclying

Posted on: 7 December 2019

If you have been looking for a way to make some extra money, whether it is to help pay off some of your debts or to simply have some spending money for the weekends, you might want to think about recycling scrap metal. If this is not something that you have done in the past, you will want to continue reading. This way, you will have a better idea of how you can get into scrap metal recycling as a way to earn some money.
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2 Ways To Dispose Of Compressed Gas Tanks

Posted on: 16 August 2019

Tanks or cylinders of compressed gas get used in all kinds of places, but disposing of that tank or cylinder is a whole other issue. Whether it's a small canister of propane that you took camping with you, a can of compressed air, or a canister of compressed gas that you used for welding, you need to make sure that you are handling it correctly when you are disposing of it.
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Drove By A Landfill And Shocked At The Size? 2 Tips To Recycle Your Things

Posted on: 17 April 2019

Approximately 782,000 tons of garbage is thrown away each day. This equals out to around 254 millions tons of garbage each year. Much of this garbage finds its way into one of the many landfills in the United States. Fortunately, you can do your part by recycling instead of throwing all your garbage away. Below are two tips on how you can do this. Set up Recycling at Home First, you need to determine where you want to put the recycling center in your home.
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3 Reasons To Recycle Your Used Motor Oil

Posted on: 10 December 2018

When you change the oil in your car, one question that you might find yourself asking is how you're going to get rid of the used oil. You shouldn't just toss or pour it out; instead, you should look for a local recycling option. There are a lot of reasons why you should recycle your used motor oil, including the three reasons listed below: 1. It Can Be Reused If you toss your used motor oil in the garbage or pour it out on the ground, it can never be used again.
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