Did you know that in many areas you have the ability to choose your waste collection company? Choosing a waste collection company comes with careful consideration of many factors. You may want to start by doing a simple Google search of waste collection companies in your area. Once you have narrowed down your search, make sure to check out company websites for information on services they offer and what the company is all about. This will help you compare companies based on things that are important to you like the frequency of garbage pick-up days, recycling opportunities, costs or payment options and environmental integrity. … read more
Your moving day is right around the corner, and you have to start the moving process: sorting through everything, deciding what to keep,having a yard sale and of course, packing. Reducing the amount of waste you create in the process can help make moving easier. Here are a few tips on reducing moving waste: … read more
Being able to choose your solid waste collection company could be a daunting task if you do not know where to start. With so many options, how do you know which company is right for you? Here are five important questions to ask before choosing a provider: … read more
At the dawn of the personal computer came the term, “paperless office.” This ideal was first predicted in a 1975 Businessweek article. Decades later, we may have progressed slightly closer to this office model, but most companies still rely heavily on paper use to meet the needs of clients and regulatory or legal requirements. With a more widespread use of tablets and mobile devices, we could see a major shift to a society that is less paper dependent.
Here are some practical ways to reduce the amount of paper currently used in your organization, as well as some easy ways to keep employees involved in the process: … read more
In an effort to make your workplace go green, first you will have to know exactly what you are throwing away. It is estimated that 90 percent of waste in the workplace can be recycled, and knowing what it is that you can recycle in your business can help kick start a more efficient office recycling program. … read more
We believe that Earth Day goes beyond a single day, so let’s dream! People around the globe are finding new means to keep our planet beautiful by recycling what would otherwise end up in a landfill in practical, but also, very extreme ways. So, here is your chance to join the fun and turn green into cha-ching!
You have two weeks to post the best image of your most Extreme Recycling project to our Facebook page. A winner will be chosen on May 6, 2015 to win a $500 gift card. Just like us on Facebook and post your most creative recycling! Need some inspiration? From stunning art installations and housing options, to practical ways to make your garden beautiful, here are some extreme ideas for making trash into treasure!
Earth Day provides the perfect platform for starting a new recycling routine with family, friends and coworkers. Advanced Disposal wants you to Make Your Mother Proud with these everyday recycling tips!
It’s important to pay attention to what can and can’t be recycled, so that the recycling process is fast and safe. Cardboard, paper, food boxes, mail, beverage cans, food cans, jars, jugs and plastic bottles are good to recycle. Glass bottles depend on your location, though — so check to make sure you’re recycling right!
Did you know that these commonly recycled items cannot be recycled at your curb? Plastic grocery bags, take out boxes, Styrofoam, paper coffee cups, shredded paper, pizza boxes, household glass and more can be found on this list. See the full list of items and learn more about recycling right. … read more
Advanced Disposal, an environmental services company, has a new online resource to help everyone recycle right on Earth Day and every day. AdvancedDisposal.com/RecycleRight includes bright, informative graphics to easily show what can and cannot be recycled along with common recycling myths.
On Wednesday, April 22, more than a billion people worldwide will take action for Earth Day. Recycling remains one of the best ways to protect natural resources and preserve the environment, but the business of recycling is facing challenges due to significant changes in the recyclables export market and stricter quality standards. As a result, recyclers, like Advanced Disposal, have had to add extra staff and machinery to improve the sorting quality of incoming material, which has raised the cost of recycling. … read more
In privatization some or all of the management, ownership, and tasks for a government operation are shifted to the private sector. One of the most common forms of privatization is the selection of a private entity to deliver a service that previously was supplied by local government and public employees. Essentially, a local government is outsourcing a service. Recycling and garbage collection and disposal are increasingly becoming one of these services. … read more
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The holiday season brings joy and good cheer to many but in turn, also generates a lot of waste. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, it is estimated that between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, household waste increases by 25 percent. In the U.S., 4 million tons of waste is generated by gift wrap and shopping bags alone. Give back to Mother Earth this season and incorporate some waste reducing ideas to help keep the holidays happy for the environment too!
Keeping the Tree Green
Many residents have the option to dispose of their Christmas tree at the curb as part of their curbside garbage or yard waste collection. Often, trees can be recycled. Check with your local services provider on tree collection guidelines. If you are an Advanced Disposal customer, please visit your local Advanced Disposal facility page and check your garbage guidelines. … read more
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