Green Cleaning Tips

4 Lifestyle Changes You Can Make To Help the Environment

By |August 10th, 2020|

We are at a point in the environmental crisis that anything citizens can do to help reduce their own carbon footprint makes a difference. Many homeowners are aware of recycling or making use of reusable dishware and silverware. However, there are other changes you could make to boost your local environment and, in some way, […]

Cleaning Your Yard for Spring

By |March 15th, 2020|

Spring is on its way, with all its longer days and blooming flowers. Finally, you can start to spend more time outside again, an exciting thought that may be overwhelmed by the dread of having to clean your yard. Where do you start? What do you do with all the debris your yard collected over […]

Everything You Need to Know About Glass Recycling

By |October 1st, 2019|

Not all recycling is plastic and cardboard. What do you do when it comes to tossing out glass? This is not a common problem for most homeowners, since glass is easily washable and not often used as a container or for packaging. However, you may find yourself trimming down on some of your belongings when […]

4 Ways to Reuse Plastic Bottles

By |September 9th, 2019|

When it comes to waste management, plastic bottles are a notorious problem. Over 60 million plastic bottles are thrown away every year, and most of those end up in landfills or incinerators. While some might swear off bottled water completely, this isn’t a solution for everyone and it wouldn’t completely eradicate the plastic bottle problem. […]

3 Ways to Recycle After 4th of July Festivities

By |July 17th, 2019|

4th of July is an exciting celebration, full of fireworks, music, and time spent running around the yard with family. It’s a time to celebrate freedom, and in the moment, few of us are thinking about our waste. But like most major holidays, 4th of July can rack up a heavy weight when it comes […]

Eliminating the Smell of Your Trash and Recycling

By |March 16th, 2019|

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 […]

FAQs about Trash & Recycling

By |February 4th, 2019|

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

By |January 17th, 2019|

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 […]

All About Hazardous Waste and What to Do With It

By |January 2nd, 2019|

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 […]

Waste and Recycling Resolutions for 2019

By |December 1st, 2018|

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 […]