When it comes to reducing the amount of waste that you produce in your home, an effective way to limit the amount of garbage you drag to the curb is to divert some of it into your recycling bin. You likely already know that many paper, plastic and tin household items are recyclable – and ideally, you make steps to include these in your recycling bin every week. What you might not know, however, is that it's possible to recycle a variety of goods that don't qualify for your local recycling program and thus might normally end up in your garbage can.
Hello everyone, my name is Suzi Lanson. Welcome to my site. I want to talk about the different tools and techniques used for metal recycling. The backyard in my first home was a graveyard of broken appliances, tools and tin cans of all sizes. I looked at the collection sitting there in horror at first. A friend pointed out that the piles of garbage were actually a recycling goldmine. We transported the materials to a metal recycling facility and split the cash. I was pleasantly surprised to hear nearly all of the items could be broken down and processed to create new products. I will talk about the metal recycling process in more detail on this site.