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Articles about waste

Business & Money
by nextgen7
9 years ago
Start a Solid Waste Company

Every year, the United States generates approximately 230 million tons of solid waste, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Solid waste refers to any discarded materials. This means that any garbage or refuse from a water treatment plant, wastewater treatment plant or an air pollution control facility can be...

Home & Garden
by cathd
8 years ago
Use a wormery to get rid of trash before it begins to smell or breed maggots

Food waste in the home presents all sorts of problems for homeowners. Bad smells, flies, maggots, vermin. A wormery can dispose of your waste daily or at your own schedule.

Environment
by norcal43
8 years ago
The Different Types of Industrial Compactors

Study the uses of different types of industrial compactors and understand how it helps in recycling waste.

Environment
by dinesh9
9 years ago
Food Waste Recycling

Food waste recycling is the purposeful biodegradation of organic matter, resulting in compost - the remains of plants and animals that have been decomposed. Compost has been used for thousands of years as a natural fertilizer or soil enrichment.

There are two main categories of food waste recycling: home...

Environment
by dinesh9
9 years ago
Bokashi

Bokashi composting is a method of intensive anaerobic composting through which food waste is fermented in an air tight container through a bran that is inoculated with effective microorganisms (EM). Once fully fermented, the food waste is then typically buried in a garden where it breaks down quickly producing...

Environment
by J. Larson
5 years ago
The Dirty Secret of Landfills

Out of sight out of mind is the saying that comes to mind when you think about how we handle our waste in this country. You tie the trash bag close and throw it in the dumpster and that's it right. Well not so much, the landfills of this country are repositories of all things dirty and gross and some of that stuff sits around for a long time. So long in fact the person that trashed them is in their grave and what they left behind is still causing harm to the environment.

Environment
by TerrieTez
8 years ago
Love Food, Hate Waste

Tons of food are wasted each year, mainly because we are thoughtless and disorganized. With a little bit of planning we can help to reduce the amount of food waste that ends up in our landfill sites. Here are five facts you may not know about the amount of food we waste and five tips to help reduce it.

Home & Garden
by papa0s0
10 years ago
How to Make Your Toilet More Efficient

With skyrocketing populations and growing droughts in many parts of the world, it should come as no surprise that water has become a vital resource that is rapidly dwindling. Your own home is likely no exception since the average American household uses nearly 70 gallons of water every single day (according to the American...

Environment
by jpwriter
10 years ago
How to Reduce Paper Waste Using Online Banking and Billing

Go green! It's a catch phrase and an important one. Going green means to make a conscious decision to change your personal habits to reduce waste and improve the environment. These are simple steps you can take at home to reduce paper waste by using online banking and billing. ...

Health
by assure1
10 years ago
Why Do So Many People Believe the Myths of Colon Cleansing?

The colon is an essential internal organ that ensures that the body absorbs the required nutrients out of the food intake and eliminates the waste through the anal cavity. But many folks think that an unhealthy or poorly functioning colon can lead to a condition...

Home & Garden
by Tom_Carver
8 years ago
Compost Making

The Basics of Composting and making compost examined. How to know, and understand the basic compost making requirements. Typical composting materials, heat required and advice on compost bins and loose compost heaps. The compost bin ratios discussed and what to do to balance the compost heap or compost pile.

Lifestyle
by Clare
10 years ago
What to do with all that Dog Poop?

Until our pets evolve to the point of understanding the basics of plumbing, we're all stuck cleaning up after them. The sheer volume of Dog Poop the average pet owner has to deal with is pretty astounding.

Bagging it all up and sending it all...

Pets & Animals
by heanders
8 years ago
Best Way to Do Aquarium Water Changes

This is an article that gives the basics of how to do a water change and clean an aquarium. It lists the equipment and supplies needed.

Environment
by Mary
9 years ago
Using Plant Waste as an Organic Mulch

Most homeowners and gardeners have an excess of plant waste.  Each season will give you a different type of waste to deal with.  Fall is famous for its leaves, spring gives you weed sprouts, and in the summer you have to deal with the overgrown stuff that you missed...

Health
by Dude88
8 years ago
Colonic Irrigation in Surrey

Generally, colonic irrigation in Surrey is performed with the chief aim of detoxifying the bowels from toxins, feces, and gases. In most clinics, this procedure involves the injection of water fluids into your intestines to help clean the colon by removal of toxins and wastes. Due to...

Health
by Dude88
8 years ago
Are there Fasting Health Benefits?

Fasting is a practice that has been used all over the world for several centuries to achieve spiritual emancipation, healing, and wellness.  Nowadays, many individuals are embracing this technique of wellness to manage undesirable conditions and possible diseases. The most significant of all fasting health benefits is...

Home & Garden
by gloomz
8 years ago
The Beginner's Guide to Composting

Composting is a great way to make the most out of your kitchen scraps. Read this beginner's guide to find out how you can make your own compost.

Lifestyle
by John D
6 years ago
Resell Your By-products: Increase Your Personal and Business Productivity

Increasing productivity is the best to increase the ROI on anything. We already might know that it is the best way to cut cost and the increase profits of any business, but it also works for all aspects of life. The core idea is to maximize value while minimizing waste. A great concept and a smart investment since time is limited and nonrenewable, so you better learn how to use it more effectively so you can spend it doing the things you love.

Business & Money
by VLalic9
9 years ago
How to Dispose Of Your Own Garbage

In many remote or rural areas, garbage disposal services are sporadic, and oftentimes completely unavailable. People that live in such places must find a way to efficiently, safely and properly dispose of their garbage. There are different ways and methods of doing so, but the most efficient i have...

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