Reducing Waste

How to Be More Environmentally Conscious at Work

By |June 18th, 2019|

With the right trash and recycling service at home, like Brazos Valley Trash Valet, it’s easy to be environmentally conscious at home. Our monthly trash pickup service comes with complimentary recycling, and with our single stream system, you won’t have to worry about separating and sorting recycling yourself. However, it can be another story when […]

Disposing of Pool Chemicals

By |June 2nd, 2019|

With summer here, kids and adults alike are excited for all the opportunities to go swimming. If you have a pool at your house, you not only have the convenience of being able to swim whenever you like, but an added boost to your entertainment appeal. A house with a pool is the house where […]

3 Tips For Moving Out of Your College Dorm

By |May 22nd, 2019|

With the end of the year fast approaching, you may be looking at all the stuff you’ve accumulated in your dorm room and wondering, “How am I going to get all of this out?” It can be a stressful process, especially if you live out of state during the summer or you’re moving into your […]

How to Reduce Waste on Your Summer Vacation

By |May 4th, 2019|

Summer vacation will be here soon, and if you want to travel for the season, you’ve probably already started planning. You may know where you want to go and even what you want to pack. But what’s your plan for your waste management? It can be easy to forget about the amount of waste you […]

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

By |April 23rd, 2019|

April 27th is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Every year, the DEA collects unused or expired prescription drugs at multiple locations throughout the country. Last year, the total added up to over 900,000 pounds of prescription drugs. This day was established by the DEA in 2010 as a way of offering a sensible solution […]

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 […]

4 Trash Can Hacks You Never Knew You Needed

By |March 2nd, 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 […]

What Is Land Pollution?

By |February 25th, 2019|

“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 […]

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 […]

What To Do With Your Food Scraps This Holiday Season

By |December 15th, 2018|

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 […]