How to Stop Your Garbage Can From Smelling
Posted on August 15th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
Your garbage can smells like an actual dump and you’ve landed on this blog in order to figure out how to stop this madness, right? Well, lucky for you, we’re going to show you how you can cut those super smelly scents from your senses. (Say that five times…) Use Scented Garbage Bags The easiest […]READ MORE
5 Items You Can Easily Sell at a Garage Sell
Posted on August 10th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
If you’re looking to clean out your home, why not make a few bucks by having a garage sale? It can be intimidating to have a garage sale because many people think, “What if I don’t sell anything?” You’ll never have to experience this fear as long as you’re selling the things that people want […]READ MORE
Can You Recycle Broken Glass?
Posted on July 30th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
Wine glasses topple over. Dishes are slippery when wet. Beer bottles clink together. When glass breaks, many people will simply sweep up the shards and pour the contents into the recycling bin. WRONG! If you want to know how to properly dispose of broken glass, please continue reading… Can You Place Broken Glass in the […]READ MORE
Should I Remove Labels Before Recycling Cans and Bottles?
Posted on July 20th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
The most important part of recycling is actually placing your recyclables in the recycling bin. However, there are a few rules you should abide by to ensure you’re recycling correctly and responsibly. Of all the recycling questions people constantly ask, one of the most popular is “Should I remove labels before recycling cans and bottles?” […]READ MORE
5 Things in Your Home You’ll (Probably) Never Use
Posted on July 13th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
As the years go by, your home can easily become filled with clutter if you’re not careful. (This happens to everyone, so don’t feel like you’re the only one…) Scattered throughout your home, there’s going to be a long list of items that you don’t use anymore that probably won’t ever get used again. Out […]READ MORE
What You Should Use Instead of Plastic Bags
Posted on June 27th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
Do you use plastic bags at home or when you go to the store? You do… Why? There are alternatives you should be using that will make your life easier AND help keep our lovely planet as clean as can be! 1) Reusable Tote Bags (preferably made from organic cotton) When you head down to […]READ MORE
Can I Recycle My Beer Bottles With Limes Inside?
Posted on June 25th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
You crack open an ice cold beer, add a lime to it, and turn it upside down so the beer engulfs the flavor of the lime. Now you can enjoy yourself! Once you’re done with it, do you have to remove the lime before it goes into the recycling bin — or does this lime […]READ MORE
4 Easy Ways You Can Be Eco-Friendly at the Beach
Posted on June 21st, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
Who doesn’t love spending a day at the beach? The sun on your face. The sand on your feet. The plastic bag brushing up against your leg… Wait, what…? 1) Pack Everything in Reusable Bags Before you even get to the beach, you need to pack everything first. Don’t be the person that throws everything […]READ MORE
Do I Have to Take Lids and Caps Off of My Recyclables?
Posted on June 7th, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
When you first begin recycling, you feel accomplished with each and every piece of plastic, glass, and cardboard item you place in your recycling bin. As you recycle more and become more conscious of your efforts, certain questions begin to pop into your head. One of the most frequently asked questions is, “Do I have […]READ MORE
How to Dispose of Garbage (and Waste) While Camping
Posted on June 1st, 2018 by Residential Waste Systems
Camping, hiking, or backpacking across a deserted area can be an exhilarating time filled with great sights, a lot of exercise, and the sharpening of your basic life skills. Along this journey, you’ll need to bring a pack with a lot of necessities if you’re looking to spend more than just a few hours with […]READ MORE