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Is Dumpster Rental Right for You?

Is Dumpster Rental Right for You? If you have a large amount of waste, debris, or trash, you may be wondering if dumpster rental is the right choice for you. You might think that as a dumpster rental service, Horizon Disposal Services would tell you that you should always rent a dumpster. However, sometimes dumpster rental is not the right solution to your waste disposal problems. Instead, we have put together a list of reasons people should rent dumpsters and a list of situations where people should explore other waste disposal options. Dumpsters are a great temporary waste disposal solution.

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What Can I Recycle Tips on recycling
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Can I Recycle This?

What Can I Recycle? Tips on recycling You may think you’re doing a good thing by trying to recycle as much as you can, however putting things in recycling that cannot be recycled can actually contaminate the whole load in turn doing more harm than good. Knowing what you can recycle and what not to do makes all the difference in keeping more waste out of landfills! Here are some things that can NOT be recycled in your curbside recycling bins: Contaminated cardboard (pizza boxes or anything with liquid soaked in) ANYTHING containing liquid Plastic bags (bring these back to

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What Plastic Products Can I Recycle
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What Types of Plastic Products Can I Recycle?

What Plastic Products Can I Recycle? Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastics and reprocessing the material into useful products. Compared to glass or metallic materials, plastic poses unique challenges – because of the massive number of types of plastic, they each carry a resin identification code and must be sorted before they can be recycled. This can be costly – while metals can be sorted using electromagnets, no such ‘easy sorting’ capability exists for plastics. In addition to this, while labels do not need to be removed from bottles for recycling, lids are often made

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Construction Recycling Tips

Construction Recycling Tips A Cheat Sheet for Responsible C&D Disposal Tackling a big renovation, remodel, or new construction project? If so, you are probably already thinking about what you will do for trash removal. Construction projects are notorious for the waste that they create. While renting a dumpster to haul off your trash is an easy solution, it is not the greenest solution. It can also get expensive. By finding ways to recycle your construction and demo (C&D) materials, you can reduce the amount of trash you have. Not only is this better for the environment, but it can also

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Recycle Old Clothes Shoes and More
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The Textile Waste Crisis & How To Reduce Your Footprint

The volume of clothing Americans throw away each year has DOUBLED in the last 20 years. Although textile waste only represents 5.8% of MSW waste generated each year, many would be surprised to find that 85% of textile waste ends up in landfills or incinerators. Textiles can also take up to 200+ years to decompose in landfills making this a huge environmental issue. Despite almost every kind of fabric being recyclable, the textile recycling rate is also currently one of the lowest compared to other materials. Although a good portion of these numbers comes from pre-consumer waste, meaning the wasted

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Difference Between Commercial and Residential Trash Removal
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Difference Between Commercial and Residential Trash Removal

It comes as no surprise that clearing clutter out of your home is an integral part of keeping your home, the haven it’s meant to be. What is however often overlooked, is the importance of keeping your workspace in order. Whether it’s residential, or commercial, waste removal in any form is indisputably a necessary undertaking~ one that can be made much easier with the help of Horizon Disposal Services. Residential Waste Removal There are a multitude of differences between commercial and residential waste removal. Namely, the method. During residential waste removal, you are responsible for removing the waste from your

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