Demolition is easily one of the most dangerous aspects of construction, and should never be attempted by anyone but a qualified demolition expert. Far too many inexperienced property owners try to save money by undertaking the demolition project themselves. Doing so involves a number of potential dangers, including these three: Biohazard Exposure There could be […]

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Now that Xmas is over  your Christmas tree can be recycled to be used as compost or mulch. These trees contain valuable nutrients that can be used in other capacities. More than 90 percent of the Christmas trees purchased in California each year come from Washington and Oregon. According to the US EPA at least 33 million Christmas […]

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Every festive season culminates in the accumulation of gifts and purchases, with old electronic gadgets giving way for the latest entrants. A new electronic gadget typically pushes the old into the bin over the period of time. With the study made by the Consumer Electronics Association reflecting that Americans own approximately 24 electronic products per […]

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When removing clutter from your home, you may worry about the impact that your old belongings will have on the environment. An environmentally smart hauling company can recycle nearly 75% of all items hauled away—that means you’d actually do the environment a favor, because most of your junk could be converted into useful materials. Here’s how you […]

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  While lead-based paint was banned for residential use in 1978, some homes and buildings built before this year may contain lead-based paint, which can present a risk to children. Lead has also been widely-used in many other construction materials besides paint. Lead is a toxic, natural metal that is especially harmful to young children, and it is […]

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