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Removing Rubbish: Tips, Ideas and Strategies

Have too much rubbish? Tired of the broken patio bricks in the back garden, the old boxes in the attic and the dreary wallpaper in the basement? If so, you need a rubbish removal plan. Hi! My name is Roger, and this blog is going to be designed for homeowners, apartment dwellers, business owners and everyone in between. I am going to pen a range of posts related to rubbish removal and other topics tied to home improvement and design. While I plan to do most of the writing myself, I may invite guests, friends or experts to post as well. For now, grab a refreshing beverage, get comfortable and explore my posts.

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Removing Rubbish: Tips, Ideas and Strategies


Why recycling paper is important for your home

One of the most commonly used products in the home is paper. From paper dishes to books and printers, the average home uses tonnes of paper in a single year. However, many people make the mistake of simply dumping their paper waste into garbage bins for disposal. Failing to recycle paper can cost your home and the environment. Did you know that just one tonne of paper can save as many as 15 trees and 26,000 litres of water?

Preparing to move? How to prevent rubbish from overflowing in your home

As stressful as moving is, perhaps the biggest benefit comes with getting rid of items you don't really need. Many people tend to stuff their homes with stuff that they don't actually use on a frequent basis. And on moving day, all this stuff either needs to be either packed or disposed of. It can be challenging to deal with huge amounts of junk and rubbish from your home while moving.

Two reasons to rent a skip bin from a rubbish removal company before de-cluttering a house

If you need to clear out an extremely cluttered house, you should consider renting a skip bin from your local rubbish removal company before you begin. Read on to find out why. It could help to prevent accidents If the house that you will be de-cluttering is brimming over with items that need to be disposed of and you don't have a designated, enclosed bin in which to put this rubbish, you will probably end up placing it in refuse bags and leaving these bags scattered around the garden or on the floor inside the house until you have time to take it to the local refuse site.

Sharps Collection Techniques That Will Keep You Safe

It is quite scary to come across sharp instruments such as razors and needles scattering around. The very first thing one thinks about is the accident which may be caused by such sharp materials. All this calls for a sharps collection system. The proper disposal and safe management of sharps waste are quite important in the society as this reduces the risks associated with coming into contact with such items. For instance, a scalpel might cause a cut and even worse, the transmission of diseases such as HIV/AIDS.

Preparing an Inherited Property for Sale

Inheriting property can be a blessing and a curse. You've been given a valuable asset, but there might be a lot of work to do on the property before you're able to do anything with it. If you're planning to sell a property that you've inherited, you'll want to make sure that it's in great shape to ensure the best price. If the property belonged to a close friend or relative, it's likely that the process may bring up some difficult emotions that might make it hard to focus.

How to Sustainably Clean Your Home or Office

There's no getting away from it - Australians generate a lot of waste. In fact, we're the second largest domestic waste producers in the world after the United States, and each home creates around 2.25 kg of waste every day. What's more, even though we know more than ever about sustainability, most of that waste still ends up in landfill sites. For example, 45 percent of the paper we throw away is recycled.

Simple Tips for Helping You Clear Out Clutter Once and For All

Clutter can be a big problem for many homeowners, as they may tend to bring more things into the home than they toss out. Even when certain things are no longer usable, it can be difficult to get rid of them, so they then become clutter. Clearing all this out helps to open up any space, but if you're not sure how to tackle the de-cluttering of your home, note a few simple tips.