3 Common Types Of Hazardous Waste During A Home Renovation Project

4 December 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you are going to be renovating your home, you could be worried about the hazardous waste that you could end up dealing with. Depending on your project, there are various types of hazardous waste that you may have to dispose of. These are some of the types of hazardous waste that you might find yourself having to work with a hazardous waste management company for. 1. Paint and Painting Supplies Read More 

3 Keys To Keeping A Clean And Safe Restaurant

1 December 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Owning a restaurant can be demanding at times, as you have to deal with customers and maintain many different operations. One of your top priorities, no matter how busy you get, should be keeping a clean restaurant. This can be done in the following ways.  Focus on Food Safety Before new employees start their first day on the job, they should know about the importance of food safety. After all, they'll be handling food and touching a lot of surfaces. Read More 

What Should Happen After A Chemical Spill

27 November 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you own a company or are in charge at one that deals with a lot of hazardous materials, you will need to make sure that you are well-versed on just what it is that you need to do in the event of a chemical spill. This is vital because you have to be able to act quickly to ensure that everyone is safe and that the contamination is dealt with quickly. Read More 

Beautify The Land That The Town’s Park Is Located On

6 November 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you are in charge of the recreational committee for your town's park and have recently noticed that a lot of litter is near the playground equipment, bandstand, and hiking trails, you can make a difference by beautifying the land and minimizing the amount of trash strewn around in the future by following the advice below. After completing the project, the park will have an alluring appearance that both parents and children will appreciate. Read More