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5 Advantages of an Early Winter Cleaning Over a Spring Cleaning

Written by Tri State Disposal. Posted in Residential Waste, Trash Tips

House with Snow in Winter — Chicago, IL — Tri-State DisposalMany people follow the tradition of cleaning out their home once spring arrives, but there’s no reason to hold off on any kind of cleaning project you have planned. As January arrives, you can enjoy a fresh start by cleaning out of your home, garage, and attic. You have many direct advantages to an early winter cleaning in January over a spring cleaning in March or April.

3 Dumpster Rental Problems and Solutions

Written by Tri State Disposal. Posted in Recycling, Trash Tips

Whether you rent dumpsters on a regular basis or plan to rent your first one soon, you should be aware of the most common problems people and businesses face when renting dumpsters.Red Dumpster — Chicago, IL — Tri-State Disposal

Read on to learn about three common dumpster rental problems and how to avoid or solve them.

  1. Illegal Dumping

You likely carefully calculate the size of the dumpster you need for a certain job to ensure you have enough space to dispose of your items without exceeding the dumpster’s weight limit. However, you may feel like all of these calculations are futile when you arrive at your job site to find that others have deposited their trash in your dumpster without your permission.

Plastic Waste: What to do when your pool inflatable goes POP!

Written by Tri State Disposal. Posted in Recycling, Trash Tips

KIds Jumping Into Outdoor Pool - Chicago, IL - Tri-State Disposal

Water wings, beach balls, lounge chairs, floating pool toys. What do all of these things have in common? They CAN NOT be recycled. 

Almost all of them are made of polyvinyl chloride (also known as PVC, or by the recycling number 3), which is one of the hardest plastics to recycle. It is also one of the most dangerous plastics to use, as it is full of chlorine and heavy metals and is a known human carcinogen.

7 Tips for Preventing Dumpster Diving on Your Commercial Property

Written by Tri State Disposal. Posted in Commercial Waste, Trash Tips

Sofa Beside Dumpster - Chicago, IL - Tri-State Disposal

Dumpster diving may seem innocent on the surface. After all, it’s just trash and your trash may even help someone. However, dumpster diving comes with a lot of liability concerns for your business. Because of this, you should do what you can to prevent people from trespassing on your property to illegally dive into your dumpsters. Here are a few tips that can help.

Dumpster Rental Tips For Restaurant Owners

Written by Tri State Disposal. Posted in Commercial Waste, Trash Tips

Backhoe Loading Dumspter - Chicago, IL - Tri-State Disposal

Any type of business in the food industry may ultimately have a lot of waste to deal with. This can be leftover food, expired food, and a lot of other waste.
Set up a system to help manage the waste and create a pattern which will ensure you do not run into any problem. Follow these tips to get the most out a dumpster rental and allow your restaurant to run smoothly.

Best Practices for Dumpster Rental

Written by Tri State Disposal. Posted in Commercial Waste, Residential Waste, Trash Tips

Backhoe Loading Dumspter - Chicago, IL - Tri-State Disposal

If you’ve never rented a dumpster before, then you may have a lot to learn about how to have the best dumpster rental experience. While dumpster rental may seem fairly straightforward, you can make the experience even easier. Working with a good dumpster rental company, knowing the rules, and using your dumpster safely are all ways that you can make your dumpster rental go smoothly.

Removing Old Buildings: A Guide to Safe Demolition and Disposal

Written by Tri State Disposal. Posted in Commercial Waste, Residential Waste, Trash Tips

old building being removedIf you purchase a property with an existing structure that needs to be torn down, your first step is to make sure that the demolition process is safe and effective. You can’t use the property for building or development until the unsound structure is properly removed.

Demolition of existing structures can be more complex than you might think. Follow these guidelines and considerations in order to make sure the demolition safely removes the structure without endangering the property or the people at work.

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