I’m always asking myself the same question with left over remodeling materials or with old items I remove from houses.
What to do with items you don’t need or want?
Should I save it or is it more beneficial to scale down on the amount of “STUFF.”
My friends over at GREENBAGPICKUP.COM, a local company, are committed to being green in everything they do.
I use GREENBAGPICKUP.com for several reasons:
- They’re a local company
- Their removal fee is less than the competitor for dumpster bags.
- They pickup competitior dumpster bags
Rather than just haul your dumpster bags to landfills, GREEENBAGPICKUP.com works with waste processing facilities that ensure as much as possible is pulled from the waste stream and recycled, reused, or reclaimed.
I was so impressed when I learned this that I had to share it.
They like to pass on green tips to encourage people to help by cutting down on what enters the waste stream & reducing energy usage. With the holiday season upon us, many people are increasing their energy consumption by using decorative lights.
Recently they emailed me to tell me about eco-friendly LED holiday lights. As the green revolution continues, more manufactures are producing these in a wide variety of styles and colors, so you are sure to find something
that fits your taste and budget.
LED bulbs typically last longer, and appear brighter than traditional bulbs in addition to consuming less energy. Some stores will even offer a small discount when you trade in your old lights for these new eco-friendly options.
Going green means saving green!
Where To Buy A Dumpster Bag?
The cheapest I’ve seen a 3 CUYD is $24.00 online here: BAGSTER-3CUYD-Bagster-Dumpster-Bag