DIY Remodeling: Guide to Recycling Your Construction Waste

Doing a minor home remodeling project yourself can be both satisfying and a major money saver, but what about the environment? Many construction companies now have policies in effect to recycle as much construction waste as possible, but as a DIYer, you may not be aware of the what can be recycled nor have access to typical contractor recycling resources. Fortunately, there are many ways you can still keep your project green. [Read More]

Disposing Of Old Electronics: What You Need To Know

Properly disposing of old electronics isn't something many people bother putting much thought into. Over time, many of you have probably accumulated electronic waste in your home because it seems like too much of a hassle to get rid of properly—that old printer is collecting dust, an old camera or cellphone is lying around, and hasn't been used in over 10 years. You probably don't see the big deal in simply tossing it into the trash. [Read More]

Refining Gold: Turn Your Gold Jewelry Into A Worthy Bullion

You might have gotten lucky by inheriting some jewelry from a family member, but perhaps the gold pieces you obtained are not exactly your type. You do not have to let those pieces go to waste as long as you consider a professional gold refiner who should be able to turn those pieces into something of use, like a gold bullion. But you should still know a few things about gold refining, which this guide will help you understand. [Read More]

Five Tips That Can Save You Money On Your Garbage PickUp

When trying to save money, a simple strategy is to look at all the services you use and see where cuts can be made. When making these changes, don't forget to look at your garbage service. Cutting costs on trash pickup doesn't just save you money, either. A major side benefit of frugality is that it often tends to be environmentally friendly, too. The following tips can help you cut costs and help the Earth. [Read More]