Compost is one of the most valuable resources for beautifying your landscape, and it is virtually free.
The leaves you rake, the grass you mow, and the branches you trim are some of the ingredients you can use to make compost.
Despite what you may have been told, the history of recycling goes back as early as 400 BC.
Recycling is not new at all, however their were times in history of recycling that it was more convenient not to recycle, and during other times, recycling was the only alternative.
Taking part in recycling common household items keeps junk out of landfills and helps preserve America’s natural beauty.
Simply sorting plastic bottles, glass jars and aluminum cans from your trash can really make a difference in the amount of garbage piling up across the country.
The recycling and waste management industry of Pennsylvania has responded to the increased demand with innovation in recycling techniques.
Global warming and environmental pollution has made waste management one the top priorities of the local and federal government. Waste management and recycling has climbed to the top of the political and environmental agenda of the country.