Mini-Guide To Successful Fundraising With Scrap Metal Recycling

Posted on: 13 May 2015

According to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, 150 million metric tons of scrap metal are recycled annually. Since 1999, prices for scrap metal have more than quadrupled, which makes scrap metal recycling ideal for fundraising. Best of all, there are little-to-no costs involved for fundraising organizers who hold scrap metal recycling drives. Here are a few important steps and tips to help you get the most out of fundraising with scrap metal recycling.
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3 Tools You Need To Help Clean Out The Home Of A Deceased Hoarder

Posted on: 6 February 2015

Sorting through and cleaning out household items and personal belongings in a deceased relative's home is a large job to handle. When that deceased relative is a hoarder as well, the job is much larger. Here are three tools you will need so you can be ready to tackle the worst hoarding clean-up job. Exterminator When a deceased relative's home is full of decades of possessions, it creates an environment where mice, cockroaches, and other pests can live.
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Causes, Signs And Treatments For A Clogged Sewer Line

Posted on: 4 February 2015

Most people never give their sewer line a second thought until there's a problem. If an obstruction is clogging your sewer pipe somewhere in the line away from your house, you'll need to quickly solve the problem before raw sewage begins backing up in your drains. The following guide explains typical causes, symptoms and treatments for sewer line clogs. Causes of a Clogged Sewer Line A typical sewer pipe is four inches in diameter from your home to the main sewer line, so it would take quite a bit of loose debris to clog it.
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How To Safely Dispose Of Your Used Diabetic Sharps Anywhere You Go

Posted on: 20 January 2015

Whether you are a newly diagnosed diabetic, or have been dealing with diabetes for years, you need to know how to dispose of your used needles, lancets, and test strips. It is important to put your used sharps in a container so they won't accidentally stick or be reused by another person. Here are solutions to dispose of your diabetic supplies at home and while you are away from home.
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