A waste management process starts right from your home waste container. An overflowing waste container with dry and wet stuff should be discarded regularly. Because, it not only cause bad odor but also becomes a risk for environment safety.
Moreover, overflowing garbage results in air pollution, cause respiratory diseases and other adverse health issues. So, here are a few helpful suggestions on waste disposal to keep your surrounding areas safe.
- Bulky Items: If you have bulky and non-usable items at your home, you should either donate them or remove them from your home, but never make them grab the extra space in your premises. The bulky items need special handling, so be in touch with the professionals.
- Recycling Tips: You can store your recycling bin in the garage or outside of the home in a shaded area. If possible, place your green bin and recycling boxes on one side of the driveway or keep the garbage bin on the opposite side.
- Yard Waste: Your yard should be clean, collect the dry leaves and pay attention to garden trimmings and lawn edging. It should be free from food waste and garbage which attracts the pests.
- Construction & Renovation Materials: When you are planning to construct or remodel your home or office, you should also plan for waste handling regularly. The waste construction material includes the shingles, brick, insulation and more items. The more garbage you gather, the more problems it will create to you.