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3 Ways To Make Your Restaurant More Eco-Friendly

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If the environment is important to you, then you could be wondering if there is anything that you can do as a restaurant owner to reduce your business’s ecological impact. Luckily, there are actually many ways that you can do so. These are a few tips that can help. 1. Reduce Waste When Possible The first step that you can take in making your restaurant more eco-friendly is to do everything that you can to reduce waste.…

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Considering Solar Panels But Have Questions? Myths And Facts About Solar Panels To Aid You In Your Decision

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If you are like most people today, you have heard about solar panels and how many homeowners are using them to power their homes with the sun. However, just like those many other people, you likely have questions about them, but you don’t want to take time to ask a solar panel installation expert because you don’t know if they will work for you. You may also believe some common misconceptions that keep many people from even looking into getting solar panels.…

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3 Mistakes to Avoid When Building an Outdoor Kitchen

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Building an outdoor kitchen is a simple way to add value to your home. Unfortunately, mistakes made during the construction can lead to disaster. To help you avoid losing money on the outdoor kitchen, here are some mistakes to avoid.  Failing to Call the Gas Company If you are installing a gas grill in your outdoor kitchen, your first step should be to call the gas company. One phone call can help you avoid safety mistakes that could prove hazardous to you and your family.…

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Does Your Old Home Have Old House Problems? What To Look For

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If you are getting ready to move into an older home that you’ve purchased, there are some things you want to look into before you start residing in the property. You need to make sure you have all the amenities you need for safe living, and that you can live without the worry of health hazards. Here are a few of the things you want to look into when it comes to the new house and safety.…

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Helpful Tips To Get Your Office Employees To Recycle

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If you are the facility manager of an office building, you may be interested in finding ways to motivate the employees in your facility to reduce the amount of trash they dispose of and recycle. As everyone knows, recycling is good for the environment, but it can also help cut down on costs of trash removal services.  The average annual cost of a 6-yard dumpster in New Jersey was $3,468 in 2014.…

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How To Minimize Exposure Risks To Ionizing Radiation While Performing Clean-Up Operations

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One particularly dreaded hazard experienced in some clean-up operations is ionizing radiation. It is invisible, odorless, silent and usually painless when it first strikes; yet, exposure to ionizing radiation can cause significant injury and long-term negative health effects. That’s why workers should understand how to protect themselves if called into a situation where radiation exposure may occur during clean-up. Below is how you can keep yourself safe by minimizing exposure risks:…

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Bought A New TV? Here's What You Should Do With The Old One

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In the United States, 55 percent of homes now have more than three television sets. In a nation full of TV lovers, it’s unsurprising people buy so many new TVs every year, but this buying habit also creates a lot of waste. If you have just bought a new TV set, find out what you need to do with the old one, and learn why recycling these unwanted appliances is such an important task.…

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What You Should Know About Renting a Roll-off Dumpster

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If you are undergoing a home renovation or remodel, you’re going to have a lot of waste. So what are you supposed to do with all that garbage? You need a roll-off or construction dumpster to get rid of all the waste with ease. If you are thinking about renting a construction dumpster, check out these five important facts. It’s Helpful to Estimate How Much Waste You’ll Have Most dumpster rental companies offer 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 yard dumpsters.…

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