Eliminating the Smell of Your Trash and Recycling

Your trash cans are an important part of your home, and your waste
management as a whole even more important. However, dealing with
trash cans and garbage bags isn’t exactly the most glamorous of
chores and might be a bit of a pain. Maybe you’ve had to deal with
slipping bags, leaking trash, animals getting into your garbage cans,
or […]

4 Trash Can Hacks You Never Knew You Needed

Your trash cans are an important part of your home, and your waste
management as a whole even more important. However, dealing with
trash cans and garbage bags isn’t exactly the most glamorous of
chores and might be a bit of a pain. Maybe you’ve had to deal with
slipping bags, leaking trash, animals getting into your garbage cans,
or […]

By |March 2nd, 2019|Recycling, Reducing Waste|0 Comments

What Is Land Pollution?

“Pollution” is a term that comes up frequently in conversations
about the environment. Most of us know by now that pollution refers
to the wearing down and degrading of natural resources. But when we
talk about pollution, the conversation usually surrounds air
pollution, such as the depletion of the ozone layer that protects the
earth from harmful UV rays of […]

FAQs about Trash & Recycling

Every day, you throw away old food wrappers, paper towels, and other waste, hopefully sorting between the regular trash and recyclables. At the end of the week, you drag your bins to the curb to be picked up. But what happens after that? Are you sure that you’re sorting your trash and recycling correctly? And […]

How to Dispose of Unused Medications

What happens to your medication when you no longer need it? Maybe you have pain relievers that are expired or a prescription that you were given when recovering from an illness that you got over before you finished it. Your first instinct might be to throw the bottle away with the remaining pills still in […]

By |January 17th, 2019|Green Cleaning Tips, Reducing Waste, Tips|0 Comments

All About Hazardous Waste and What to Do With It

If you’ve taken a look at our recycling guidelines, you’ve probably noticed the last point: “no food waste or hazardous material can be accepted!!” We’re pretty adamant about it. In fact, you’d be hard-pressed to find a trash and recycling company anywhere that allows hazardous waste to be picked up, and for good reason. In […]

What To Do With Your Food Scraps This Holiday Season

It happens every year: Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners come and go, leaving behind more food scraps than you know what to do with the next day. Maybe in your household there’s a matter of drawing straws to decide who does the dishes for the night, or trying to pass food on to relatives as they […]

Waste and Recycling Resolutions for 2019

The time has come again to look to the year ahead, and everything we want to accomplish. There’s something about the end of the year that lends itself to reflection and a drive for self-improvement. For some, that might be financial goals, while others might make a goal to get in shape. Others want to […]

Keeping Pests Out of Your Trash Bins This Fall

As temperatures drop, outdoor critters may find themselves looking for shelter — as well as free food. If you walk outside in the morning and find your trash bins tipped over, trash spilled out across the carport, there’s a good chance your trash bins have a pest problem. You may have even opened the trash […]

By |November 15th, 2018|Recycling, Reducing Waste|0 Comments

3 Myths About Recycling

For the most part, recycling is seen as a good thing: a fairly easy thing that anyone can do to help the environment. However, there is a fair amount of discourse about the real impact of recycling, and whether it’s even counterproductive to recycle. Information abounds and though not all of it is accurate, it’s […]

By |November 1st, 2018|BV Trash Valet & Recycling, Recycling|0 Comments