Do you ever think about how much you hate dealing with trash? In addition to collecting it inside of your house for awhile, you might also have to lug that big can outside every few days to shove it in a larger garbage can. However, you might not have to deal with trash as much if you can learn how to recycle. By repurposing your trash, you might be able to toss less, which could save you a lot of time and energy. I know that it sounds crazy, but I have been doing this for a few years and it really works. My site will teach you more, so read up!
5 April 2016
Gardening with kids can be both fun and educational. These two kid-friendly projects also teach kids the importance of recycling as they use recycled bottles to make both a planter and a bird feeder. If you are looking for engaging gardening projects to do with your kids this summer, these two fit the bill. Animal Planters: These cute little animal planters are ideal for getting kids involved in gardening. While small children will require adult help, older children can make the planters themselves.
1 February 2016
Home construction projects create a lot of waste, and it's not feasible to toss all that waste in your garbage can or take a bunch of loads to the landfill in the back of your pickup truck. The best solution is to rent a roll-off dumpster. Before you do, however, check out these five tips. Estimate How Much Waste You'll Have The first thing you'll want to do before you rent a dumpster is to estimate how much waste you think you'll have, so you don't waste money or time.