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The construction industry has struggled a bit in recent years. This is not because there's not amazing technology out there to make construction easier. There's tons of technology, and it's amazing! Rather, the struggle seems to be that there is a shortage of labor. Many young people are not as interested in working in construction anymore. We hope that we can do our part to change that. In posting on this blog, we hope to reach a wide audience, including young people who may want to work as contractors. There are excellent jobs in the industry, and learning the basics on this blog can set you up for success.

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How Setting Up Residential Recycling Can Benefit You

Recycling has many benefits and is an excellent way to reduce the amount of trash going into landfills. It can also have an impact on you directly. The cost of residential trash removal often depends on the number of cans you put on the curb each week, but hiring residential recycling services can reduce the trash you are putting out. 

Recycling Service

Residential recycling services are on the rise all over the country, but most communities still allow you to decide if you will recycle or not. For some families, recycling can significantly reduce the trash they put on the curb. 

Most trash removal companies offer residential recycling services alongside the trash pickup, but they may require you to subscribe or opt-in to that service. Your trash removal company may provide the recycling cans and pick them up on a different day of the week from the trash, so all you need to do is put the right bin out on the correct day.

Recycling does not need to be difficult, and most services do not require you to sort the recyclables in the can, but they do want them free of trash and other items debris. Setting up a two-can system in your home is the best way to ensure that the trash and the recyclables stay separate, and it is simple to do.

Your Recycling Plan

Setting up the recycling plan for your home is a great place to start. Once you have separate cans outside for trash and recycling, you need to separate the items inside, ensuring the correct materials go in the proper bins outside. 

The residential recycling services you are using can give you a list of materials that they accept as recyclable. Using that list, decide what you will recycle and what will be trash. Place two different color trash cans next to each other in your home to let everyone know which one is for trash and which one is for recyclable materials. 

Once you determine what you will recycle, label the recycling bin clearly so everyone, including visitors, will know what goes in it. 

Recycling Cost

Check with the residential recycling services in your area to find one that is affordable. If your trash collection company offers recycling services, they may not charge more, or the fee may be minimal, so be sure to talk to them about it as well. 

If adding recycling allows you to use one trash can a week, you may save some money on trash collection, so recycling could save you money in the long run. Talk to a residential recycling service, such as Ware Disposal, to learn more.