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How To Recycle Cardboard


Cardboard is probably one of the easiest materials to recycle. Unlike your couch, mattress, or most other items, cardboards aren’t usually made of many materials that you may have to break up and recycle separately.

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How To Dispose of Hazardous Waste Responsibly


Hazardous waste is commonly produced on both commercial and household levels. However, before we go well into the details of the effects of hazardous waste and the benefits of recycling hazardous waste, what is hazardous waste? Hazardous waste is any waste, generally, from any source, that can constitute a health problem for humans or harm … Read more

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How To Dispose of Your E-Waste Responsibly


E-waste, or electronic waste, are materials or appliances that have an electronic component. They usually have plugs and cords, and most of them use electrical energy. These appliances such as televisions, phones, computers, printers, and photocopies, and home appliances such as heaters, air conditioners, electric cookers, and radios become E-waste as they near the end … Read more

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How To Dispose of Your Food & Organic Waste Responsibly


Efficiently manage your restaurant’s food waste disposal with Dimension’s eco-friendly composting services, ensuring compliance and sustainability for a greener future.

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How To Recycle Plastic


It would be difficult to believe if an average person walked up to you and said they’ve never used plastic. It’s almost inevitable. From the cup of coffee that you order every morning to the straw you use, your grocery bags, water, and drink bottles, it’s quite possible that you use plastic daily. Often, they … Read more

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How To Recycle Wood


According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Over 12 million tons of wood were disposed of in landfills in 2018 alone. This was about 8.3% of all municipal solid waste in the same year. Wood is a rarer resource than a diamond in the entire galaxy, but it is renewable and grows just about everywhere … Read more

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How To Recycle Glass


From bottles of beer, coca-cola, wine, and liquor to jars of salsa, pickles, honey, spices, and jam, glass is constantly used in packaging consumer products. Even after the invention and infamy of plastic, we didn’t permanently relegate glass. However, consumer products and kitchenware are not the only use of glass. The material is also used … Read more

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How To Recycle Paper


Everyone uses paper in one capacity or another. From schools and workplaces to packaging industries, printing, and street food vendors, paper is ubiquitous. However, while many people understand recycling paper, especially when it’s in bulk, the nuances around recycling several types of paper and the best practices are still unclear to many people. Eventually, quite … Read more

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How To Recycle Concrete


Concrete is sturdy, versatile, easy to handle, accessible, long-lasting, durable, aesthetically pleasing, and easy to handle. From thousands of years BC, when middle easterners used concrete for their floors, and 650BC when it became popular in the Roman empire for construction, it would be quite the challenge to find a building in the modern world … Read more

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How To Recycle Metal


Metal is one material we should look forward to recycling the most. They are used in major construction and manufacturing industries, from automobiles, trucks, airplanes, railways, and ships to kitchen equipment and household appliances. Perhaps, the most important quality of metals that make them very useful in recycling is that they don’t lose their properties … Read more

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