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Whether you are a veteran environmental conservationist or are just learning how many of your everyday habits may be harming the Earth, we created this blog to help you on your quest to help conserve the environment. While there are other environmental conservation blogs out there, this one is different because we don't focus on one specific issue that affects the environment, but instead plan to cover them all. Whether you are looking for information on choosing the most eco-friendly light bulbs for your home or want to learn more about deforestation and how it can lead to entire animal species becoming extinct, we plan to post the answers to those questions here and much more. Come back any time you have a question about the environment or when you simply want to learn a new tip on how to lower your carbon footprint.


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Save Time and Money on Waste Disposal

Every household generates trash on a regular basis. Food waste, plastic packaging, and paper goods are all part of everyday life. Waste disposal is necessary to get all this garbage away from your home and into a landfill where it belongs. Here are some ways you can streamline your house's garbage disposal to save time and money:

1. Start composting.

Composting is a practice that allows organic material to break down naturally. It results in a nutrient-dense substance that looks a lot like crumbly, black dirt. Compost can be used to plant flowers and vegetables, and it can even be used to fertilize your garden. You can throw away less food waste by choosing to compost it instead. Vegetable peels, fruit cores, eggshells, and paper towels can all be composted. However, you should avoid composting animal products such as meat, bones, and fat.

2. Sort your recyclables.

Many common waste products can be recycled and repurposed. Milk jugs, cardboard boxes, and plastic bottles can all be recycled. If you'd like to save money on your waste disposal bill, you should take the time to sort your trash, removing the recyclables into a separate container. Many waste disposal services offer a discounted rate for picking up recyclables, as an incentive to encourage customers to take this green step.

3. Find a cost-effective waste disposal service.

If you chose the default municipal waste disposal service when you moved into your house, you may not be getting the best deal. Most cities host multiple waste disposal services. Take the time to do your research. You may find a disposal service that offers great service at a cheaper price.

4. Rent a dumpster for large cleaning jobs.

Some people like to periodically deep clean their homes, getting rid of all the bulky items and clutter that have a way of taking over the house. When you're ready to throw out large quantities of things, you should rent a dumpster from your waste disposal service. Renting a dumpster is more cost-effective than filling your ordinary trash cans with a lot of bulky waste since overfilling your trash cans can lead to additional fees. Your waste disposal service will haul away your dumpster when it's full, so you won't have to waste time driving to the dump.

Following these tips can help you save money. It can also help you reduce your carbon footprint so you can contribute to environmental conservation efforts.