Understanding Your Local Recycling Program

Dealing With Recalled Airbags As A New Dealership Owner

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If you just opened a used vehicle dealership, you are most likely kept abreast about recalled components within each make and model of vehicle in the industry. This information needs to be scrutinized regularly so you do not try to sell a vehicle with a recall to an unassuming customer as this can lead to a potential lawsuit. If you find out a vehicle you are trying to sell has an airbag that has been recalled, using an airbag recycling service is an option.…

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Moving Away For College: Advantages Of A 10 Cubic Yard Dumpster

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When moving away for college, your move is often a temporary one as you stay in an apartment or dorm for the semester. Even though your move away from the family home may not be permanent, the move sparks an ideal time to truly clean out your childhood room and start getting rid of clutter. As a college student, there are plenty of new items that need to be purchased, and getting rid of the old stuff will only make things easier.…

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5 Ways Municipal Composting Programs May Affect You

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One of the main recycling trends that homeowners should be aware of in 2016 and the coming years is an increase in municipal composting programs. In 2012, 95% of sustenance waste was dumped in landfills. Many cities are deciding to tackle this issue by implementing compost programs that will allow residences and businesses to send their organic waste to a composting facility as opposed to a landfill. While composting programs may not be mandatory in your area yet, it is likely that they are becoming available.…

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