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How To Start Recycling Your Cooking Oil

Posted by on Sep 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How To Start Recycling Your Cooking Oil

If you own a restaurant or run a kitchen, you probably create and generate a large amount of cooking oil every day. You have to do something with all the cooking oil that your restaurant or kitchen generates every day. Instead of throwing the cooking oil in the trash and generating additional garbage, you can recycle your cooking oil. Here is a quick guide to how to recycle leftover cooking fuel. Locate Your Nearest Drop-Off Recycling Center The first thing you need to do is find a recycling center in your area that accepts cooking oil. Your...

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Top Water Well Drilling Questions From New Customers

Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Top Water Well Drilling Questions From New Customers

Many homeowners make the choice to take charge of their own household water supply by having a well installed on their property. If you are making a transition from relying on a locally supplied water system, you may be excited to see your first water well put into place. However, along with water well drilling will likely come some serious questions about the process of installation and the costs involved. Here are a few of the more prevailing questions soon to be first-time well owners have about water well drilling.  How much does it...

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Truckers: 3 Signs That You’re Spending Too Much On Diesel Fuel

Posted by on Jul 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Truckers: 3 Signs That You’re Spending Too Much On Diesel Fuel

As a truck driver, you probably know just how much it costs to pay for fuel for your rig. Whether you work for a trucking company or are an owner-operator, you could probably benefit from cutting costs on fuel so that you can keep more money in your or your employer’s pocket. Unfortunately, a lot of truckers out there spend more on diesel fuel than they should. These are a few signs that you could make some changes in order to cut costs and save a significant amount of money. 1. You Pay With a Debit Card Your debit card might be great...

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Learn What Steps Nuclear Power Plants Take To Operate Safely

Posted by on Jun 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Learn What Steps Nuclear Power Plants Take To Operate Safely

Many people are fearful about living near a nuclear power plant because they do not know a lot of information about them. Nuclear power plants are highly regulated and have many protocols in place to keep the community as safe as possible. The following guide walks you through a few things you may not know about a nuclear power plant. Radiation Exposure Is Monitored When someone works directly in with the nuclear reactor, a monitor is worn by the individual. The monitor determines how much radiation they are being exposed to and also tracks...

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Use These 4 Tips To Make Sure Your Compliance Training Is A Success

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Use These 4 Tips To Make Sure Your Compliance Training Is A Success

As a manager who needs to do compliance training, you need to be able to provide necessary information while making sure that people are engaged and interested in what you have to say. Here are some tips for making compliance training accessible and interesting for your employees. Know Something about Your Employees Before you start training your employees, it’s a good idea to know more about the people you plan to train. Are they all vehicle operators? Is it a mixed group of administrative employees and warehouse employees? Knowing...

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Using Solar-powered Lights Around the Holidays to Cut Energy Costs

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you love getting your house decorated for the holidays but hate the abnormally high electric bill that comes in January, then solar powered Christmas lights are for you. While many people immediately think of big, bulky, ugly solar panels when they think of solar energy, the reality is that this cutting-edge technology can be found in a package small enough to light your trees, bushes, and the rest of your house around Christmas time.  Easy to Set Up Solar energy often gets a bad rap for being difficult to implement into the grand...

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Pinpointing Recoverable Scrap Metal In Computers

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As you prepare to get rid of old computers, keep in mind that there are a lot of recoverable metals inside that could fetch quite a price on the market or help out with saving the environment. From cases to components, you should keep an eye out for a few different metals and decide whether the salvaging is worth the effort. A few metal searching tips can help you find key recoverable points and get what you need without spending too much time on the useless parts. Case and Container Recovery Computers aren’t the heavy, steel-framed...

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How To Get Makeup Stains Out Of Carpet

Posted by on Feb 4, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you apply your makeup in a room that has carpet, you are bound to have spilled lipstick, foundation or mascara. While it is better to remove it as soon as you notice the spill and before it sets in, you can also remove the stain even after it has been sitting in the carpet for a while. Here are some tips for getting makeup out of carpet, including what cleaning products are best for each type of makeup. Cleaning Solutions for Different Types of Makeup The first thing you need to do is get the right cleaning solution, which depends on the...

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How Can I Maximize On My Home Waste Removal?

Posted by on Jan 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Studies of recent years indicate that households in the United States created more than 250 million tons of trash, while recycling about 87 million tons of it. This is a lot of waste generated by everyone, so people should make sure that they do all they can to manage and minimize this waste. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get better about the recycling and waste management within your own home, you should follow some of these tips. These tips and guidelines will allow you to change the way you get rid of your trash and...

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Never Had A Septic System Before? What You Should Know

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You’ve finally accomplished a long-held dream: you own a house in the country. But wait–there are no sewers? What’s a septic system? Read on to learn more about how septic systems work, why more places in the world need to have them, and a few more interesting facts about these alternatives to city sewers. How Do Septic Systems Work? A septic system takes the place of public sewers that carry waste from your home. Instead, the waste goes into a septic tank where the sludge (worst part of the waste) sinks to the bottom, and...

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