It is estimated that the average American disposes of approximately 3.5 pounds of trash daily, with more than half of the garbage being recyclable. The significance of recycling cannot be understated or underestimated, especially as we continue to shift towards a more eco-friendly way of life. When you are familiar with the most important items… Read more »
Technology evolves fast, and the lifespans of devices have shortened. Items might not last as long as they used to. The landfills are filling up fast, so the City of San Diego urges you to recycle your electronics instead of throwing them in the trash.
It’s true what you’ve heard. A little friendly competition never hurts anyone if it’s for fun and for a worthy cause. Recycling is considered a humane thing to do worldwide, and some countries are better at it than others.
From Curb to the Landfill Whether you set bags out individually at the curb or in a trash can, have you ever wondered where it goes once picked up and tossed into those neat-looking garbage trucks? There is an interesting path that most of our trash takes. And step one, naturally, is a local collection… Read more »
There are many ways to recycle old electronics and several benefits you can gain from doing so. If this is something that interests you, then read on to find out more.
We all know it is important to recycle and reduce the amount of waste that goes into our landfills. However, many people are still confused about what things can be recycled and what household items and materials are the easiest and most impactful when it comes to reducing pollution, waste, and energy usage. Here at… Read more »
Just how good at recycling can you become? Recycling laws and goals can vary drastically around the world, with countries pursuing many different types of strategies for how they deal with their waste. But which countries actually do the best at recycling? Who’s at the top of the list according to the experts, and how… Read more »
Illegal dumping refers to dumping trash instead of putting it in a receptacle (bin, dumpster, trash can, etc.) or taking it to a landfill/recycling center. Illegal dumping has been a serious problem in the past because people didn’t see what the problem was. However, illegal dumping affects everyone, including dumpers, and can have disastrous effects… Read more »
We know that recycling in San Diego can seem intimidating for those that haven’t created a recycling plan yet. The different rules may seem confusing at first. Fortunately, the city does a good job of explaining recycling basics so that you can obey the law and get rid of waste the right way. To make… Read more »
Recycling is an integral part of protecting the environment, reducing waste, and improving our lives. Throughout the state of California, many laws and ordinances have been passed to help reduce waste and improve recycling services. In San Diego, especially, there is much that is being done.