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February 25, 2019 - 04:09pm
Americans use an average of 700 pounds of paper each year totaling nearly 1 billion trees worth of paper throughout the country. While approximately 65% of paper is recycled, there is still a large portion that is not recycled. In an effort to reduce the amount of paper used each year, American Disposal Services is encouraging all of our customers to switch to paperless billing.
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December 16, 2018 - 02:30pm
The holidays are filled with cheer and laughter and too many presents to count. But, if you ask me what my favorite part of the season is, I would have to say the food. Turkey, mashed potatoes, ham, greens, pie, cookies; I love it all.
But that creates a major problem.
No, I’m not talking about the fact that my pants might get a little too tight. The biggest problem with holiday eating is food waste.
October 29, 2018 - 02:25pm
No, it’s not Christmas, though stores are already trying to convince you otherwise. It’s Halloween! Spooks, candy, and amazing fall colors are everywhere. The weather is changing, time has ‘fell’ back, and the first question on most people’s minds is
June 14, 2018 - 05:38pm
Starting in Elementary School, Americans are taught the history of the American flag and how important it is to show it the proper respect. We do this by facing the flag and covering our heart during the Pledge of Allegiance or National Anthem, keeping the flag off the ground, and never simply throwing it away.
The first two are relatively easy to follow, but if you can’t toss your old, tattered flag, how do you dispose of it? It’s much more effortless than you think and there’s no better time to talk about it than on National Flag Day.