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3 Benefits Of Using LED Business Signs

Posted by on Nov 6, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

One of the best ways to get potential customers to pay attention to your business is with attractive signage. Thankfully, you are past the days where you need to have a custom painted sign to stick in your window. Customizable LED signs are now very affordable for businesses of all sizes, and provide many benefits over traditional signage. Energy Cost Savings While the initial costs to purchase an LED sign can be expensive, it will be cheaper to run over time than other types of signs that light up. Even something as simple as a neon “Open” sign can be expensive to operate. The cost of operating a neon sign is $125 a year, compared to an LED sign that is as little as $5 a year. The LED sign is 96% cheaper, which is a cost savings that...

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Why You Should Choose A Hydrovac Truck Service For Your Excavation Needs

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hydrovac excavation is using water under high pressure to excavate ground cover and expose buried objects, such as water and sewer piping. It is less destructive and also faster than traditional excavation techniques, such as hand digging. A hydrovac truck service can help you get the job done more quickly and at lower cost. How it Works The truck uses its onboard power to generate a high-pressure stream of water. The resultant mixture of material (soil, rocks) and the water, called “slurry,” is then pumped into a storage tank for later disposal. As the excavation proceeds, the water and slurry are constantly pumped away so that the target of the excavation is exposed and surveyed as quickly as possible. Water is Better There are several reasons why water under pressure is an ideal excavating tool: Water dissolves soils, especially...

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3 Ways Recycling Can Make Cleaning Up After A Party Easy

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

After a large social event like a party, there’s almost always a tremendous amount of trash hanging around. While you can always just bag it all up and dump it, a more responsible approach is to recycle as much of it as you can. Here’s a few things you can do to mitigate the after-party drudgery beforehand. 1. Purchase with Recycling in Mind The first thing for you to do is to make sure that you consider recycling in the planning. If you don’t want to collect tons of garbage afterwards, there’s quite few things you should consider. Purchase items that use minimal packaging Use reusable plates (not paper plates) Use non-disposable utensils (not plastic) Purchase drinks that come in bottles you can return to a depot Use decorations that you can use again The more things that are...

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Properly Disposing Of Liquid Waste

Posted by on Oct 21, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

There is a common problem that people have where if something is out of sight, it is out of mind. Unfortunately, this means that there are a lot of people who are not aware of how harmful it is to dump certain liquids down their drains or in the gutter. Dumping substances like oil, paint, chemicals, or other liquids down the drain can cause different problems such as damage to your pipes, septic tank, and even the sewer lines in the road by breaking or clogging them endangering the water supply because everything eventually floats to a water treatment facility or a body of water There are other ways to properly dispose of liquid waste products. Some of the most common questions that people ask are what they can do with their liquid waste if they can’t pour it...

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Why Recycling Matters

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Recycling is a great way for the average person to help keep the environment pristine. Check out the information below to learn more about recycling. What Are Some Recyclable Items? Batteries Clothing Electronics Glass Metal Paper Plastic Biodegradable matter What Does the Recycling Process Involve? The recycling process is a three-stage cycle. Stage One The first stage is commonly known as the collecting and sorting stage. In this stage, waste materials are collected from the waste bins and sorted according to type and use. After sorting, the products are ready for the second stage. Stage Two The second stage is the manufacturing stage. This is the phase in which the processed and sorted materials are re-generated into new products. Stage Three This is the final stage in the cycle, in which the new products are distributed to the consumers....

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