recycling things around the office
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recycling things around the office

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.

recycling things around the office

  • 2 Ways To Get The Most Money When You Sell Scrap Metal

    10 December 2019

    If you are going to start collecting scrap metal so that you can sell it to a recycling center, there are some things that you are going to want to do so that you can make sure that you are going to get the best possible return on your work.  Keep Track of Prices One of the things that you are going to want to do is to keep track of the prices that you are going to get from selling the metal.

  • 4 Computer Recycling Tips To Help You Get Ready To Update The Equipment Of Your Business

    5 July 2019

    If you want your business to have environmentally friendly and green policies, it is important to do things like recycle. When you get ready to replace computers, electronics, and IT equipment, you want to recycle them. Before you recycle the computer and IT equipment to update your business, the following tips will help you make the right decisions: 1. Decide on What Equipment Is Outdated and Needs to Be Recycled for IT Upgrades

  • Want To Get Your Community More Involved In Recycling Plastic? Helpful Tips

    31 March 2019

    Families who have taken the need for recycling to heart have a clear and admirable understanding of the environmental benefits they are helping to achieve. This is especially true for households who are concerned with the problems scrap plastics present to our lands and oceans. One horrifying example of this is illustrated by The Great Pacific Garbage Patch which is almost entirely made up of plastic materials that could and should have been properly recycled.