Looking For Copper Scrap? Check Out These Little-Known Sources

22 September 2018
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Of all of the recyclable metals that you can trade in for cash, copper is one of the most valuable. However, raking up a pile of copper to take to the recycling center is not always an easy feat because so many people know that it is valuable. Copper can be a little hard to find just laying around. Take a look at some of the little-known sources where you may be able to pick up some scrap copper for recycling. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Recycling Your Computer

8 January 2018
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Recycling is not just about recycling cardboard and plastic. It is also really important to recycle electronics, especially considering how many electronic items we use and discard each year. If you have an old computer that you no longer use, do not send it the landfill. Your computer is filled with valuable and limited resources that can be recycled and reused again.  Donate Your Computer If your computer still works, but you have just upgraded to a nicer computer, one way to recycle your computer your computer is by donating it. Read More 

Picking Away Valuable, Recyclable Materials From Computers

17 March 2017
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Desktop and laptop computers have a wealth of components that can be recycled or reused, but you need to know how to navigate through the system for efficient separation. Recycling pay rates change every day and are different for every component, so a plan for separating and saving up materials before going to metal buyers is vital. Here are a few computer recycling points to help out as you streamline your scrapping process. Read More 

5 Ideas For Reusing Materials Before Recycling Based On The Areas Of Your Home

16 June 2016
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If you are looking to reduce your family's impact on the environment, the simplest thing you can do is to follow the three R's of waste management: reduce, recycle, and reuse. Reducing your waste involves purchasing items with less packaging and avoiding disposable goods. Recycling involves sorting out recyclable materials and making sure they end up in your recycling bin. Reusing involves using items multiple times for the same purpose or for different purposes. Read More 

Three Reasons To Suggest Recycling As Your Schools Next Fundraiser

2 June 2016
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Unfortunately, many schools throughout the country are dependent on the funds they raise throughout the year doing fundraisers to pay for some of the necessities that their students need. This often means that your children, as well as every other child in the school, comes home with order forms during the first week or two of school. If you are tired of purchasing products that have little value or that you are not going to use, suggest that your school engage in recycling as their next fundraiser. Read More