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Safely disposing of renovation waste requires careful handling of the materials themselves. This means being conscious of what you’re removing or tearing down, where you’re reaching, how you’re gripping and picking items up, and more. One of the most common sources of mild injury when disposing of waste is exposed nails. Don’t forget to stack your material mindfully rather than just throwing things around! https://goo.gl/TJXadm
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Let’s say you find a garden chemical container and almost all of the chemical itself has been used up. Can it be disposed of like any other plastic container? Not really. It’s very important to treat hazardous containers with the same attention that you treat the chemicals or materials they are used to contain. When in doubt, always take hazardous materials to the appropriate disposal sites. https://goo.gl/8E6BZL
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No matter what kind of project you’re working on, whether it’s a new bathroom or a large-scale teardown, safety always comes first. Waste disposal can present more hazards than you might think, and staying safe will make all the difference in the success of your project. Many people will be working hard on home renovations this summer, so we’d like to run through a few key tips so that you can make your renovation waste disposal as safe as possible! https://goo.gl/R4BRx1
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Any type of renovation will leave you with material that you need to dispose of. Managing waste efficiently is one of the key components of a successful project, and who you choose to help you do this will make all the difference. Always go with a waste disposal company with extensive experience in the business, a dedication to excellent customer service, and a belief in honest practices. https://goo.gl/wEPfEA
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We’re all familiar with things like paint thinner, motor oil, and pesticide. In general, they only pose a hazard if they’re not being used for their dedicated purpose. When it comes to disposing of them, however, more care should be taken. There are a variety of fluids that should not be placed in standard waste disposal bins to be taken to the landfill, and it’s essential to know what they are! https://goo.gl/bSzVUB
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Top 5 Tips for Bathroom Renovation
Renovation of a bathroom can be quite difficult, time consuming and expensive. Hiring an expert builder or contractor will make it easy for you. A licensed and experienced builder will renovate your bathroom as per your dreams to make it look stylish and elegant.
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Chances are pretty high that the home renovations you’re doing have been done before in similar homes, with similar results. This means that there is always a set of best practices in place to ensure that all goes well. You can’t afford to ignore the details, whether they’re big ones like knowing what permits you need or small ones like knowing how to store and organize your tools and materials. https://goo.gl/tZMWk4
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While there’s likely more you can recycle than you think, there’s a few things that absolutely should NOT go in the blue bin. Treated wood: Whether it’s pressure-treated, creosote-treated, painted, stained, or otherwise contaminated, this doesn’t get along with the recycling system! Depending on the treatment, some of this wood may need special disposal methods. Mixed materials and hazardous waste should also not go in with the recycling. https://goo.gl/61pJM9
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