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]

Looking For Extra Income? 4 Metals You Could Be Recycling

If money's tight right now, you're probably looking for ways to bring in some extra income. Finding another job isn't always feasible, especially if you're already working a second – and maybe even a third – job. Take a look around your yard. If you have scrap metal laying around, you're on your way to some spare cash. There are a lot of metals that you can recycle, some that you might not have even thought of. [Read More]

Preparing For Mass Computer Removal

If your business has an entire department of computers that need to be replaced or remove, basic trash and recycling systems may not be able to handle the workload. You'll need to get in contact with a roll off dumpster service or schedule a pickup with a disposal service like Pequannock Disposal Service to plan such a removal, but there are a few other profitable precautions that should be taken. Before throwing everything out, consider a few computer inspection and parts removal points that can keep your business stocked with spare parts while still getting rid of the garbage efficiently. [Read More]

Understanding Scrap Value in Computers and Parts

Whether you're getting rid of a computer that's been out of date for a decade or a new computer that can't be fixed, you need to be aware of some of the metals and other materials that can be pulled away. With multiple components that can be different in every manufacturer, model or even within two of the same model, you'll need to take a look at the parts inside to be sure about what you're throwing away. [Read More]