What do you do with all of those ink toner cartridges that your office uses each day? How about all of the paper that is tossed out after being looked at for just a few seconds? Now, what do you do with all of the dead batteries from different gadgets around the office? I created this blog to help other businesses find methods of recycling the many recyclable materials that come in and out of the office in a day. It is my hope that knowing what can be done with these things will help keep them out of the landfill.
6 November 2015
If you've always been interested in gold as an investment vehicle during times of economic depression, you've likely become enthralled with both the physical and financial appeal of this precious metal. Refined gold holds an allure shared by few other earthly items, and has outlasted paper currencies issued by dozens of now-defunct countries. You may be interested in learning how to refine gold at home and sell it for a profit -- but reluctant to invest thousands of dollars that may prove a net loss.
29 September 2015
Are you hosting a bottle drive to raise money for a charitable cause? If so, maximize your earnings with the below three tips for a more profitable bottle drive. Ask Local Companies To Match What You Raise Before your bottle drive -- before you even make the flyers that will advertise your bottle drive -- start visiting local businesses. Explain to each business owner what you're trying to raise money for, and why it's important to raise money for this cause.
14 September 2015
With the holiday season fast approaching, finding new cost-effective ways to get rid of your catering scraps won't be easy. But with the right waste management plan in place, you can make it happen. Waste management strategies, such as recycling and gardening, reduces the amount of refuse your catering business experiences each holiday season without hitting your spending budget. Here are two ways to get rid of your seasonal catering scraps the right way.
11 September 2015
Electronic products have become a critical part of life, allowing people to perform feats only imagined in centuries prior. Unfortunately, the side effect of the high consumption of electronics, such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops, is the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, about 1.87 million tons of electronics were trashed in 2013. Here are a few reasons why you should make an effort to recycle electronics in your business and two ways to do it.