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4 Great Suggestions For Reusing Paper Cores

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If you are at all concerned about the environment, you probably look for ways that you can incorporate the three R’s into your lifestyle. In fact, you probably try to reduce, reuse, and recycle, every day.  A few items you probably use on an everyday basis are paper towels, plastic wrap, and toilet paper. If you get to the end of the roll and wonder what to do with the leftover paper core, here are four great suggestions. Read More»

3 Tips For Successful Machining

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Manufacturing products often require the use of specialized equipment that can complete the machining process. Machining gives you the ability to customize the design and form of your product and achieve consistency by automating the manufacturing process. Here are three tips that you can use to ensure that your machining efforts are as successful as possible in the future: 1. Always create a model. Before you waste time and money manufacturing products that don’t meet your exact specifications, you should invest time into creating a three-dimensional model of your product using specialized computer programs. Read More»

Taking Care Of Your Car's Battery

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When you put a new battery in your car, like Trojan batteries, you may feel as if there is no routine maintenance that’s going to be needed. However, the truth is if you don’t do any maintenance to your car’s battery, then you may find yourself needing to replace it before you would if you had taken some precautions and actually done some routine maintenance. Here are a few tips to taking proper care of your car’s battery: Read More»

5 Facts Regarding Scrap Metal Recycling

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Metal is often recycled and reused to make new products, which cuts production costs and is beneficial for the environment. If you are interested in making money off scrap metal recycling, you need to check out these five facts. Non-Ferrous Metals Are More Precious There are two different categories for metals: ferrous and non-ferrous, which simply mean magnetic and non-magnetic. Basically, a magnet will stick to ferrous metals, but it won’t stick to non-ferrous metals. Read More»

Home Projects That Give New Life To Salvaged Wood, Metal, Concrete, And Brick

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If you’re tossing around a few home improvement ideas and really want something unique, you should consider looking into brick salvage and reusing construction materials. Not only will you save money on material costs, you’ll end up with results that are anything but cookie-cutter boring as well as have a lot fun stretching your creative wings. Here’s just a sliver of the projects you can accomplish with four commonly salvaged materials. Read More»

Four Different Recycling Programs Available to Industrial and Manufacturing Plants

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As a producer of goods, your factory undoubtedly has some leftover materials. While you could send these materials to the county landfill, it is better to recycle. There are lots of other things in your industrial/manufacturing plant that you can recycle as well. Here are just four different recycling programs that are available to your plant to help you stay eco-friendly. Scrap Metal Recycling Keep a large dumpster just for scrap metal recycling. Read More»

Stay On Top Of Maintenance To Keep Your Commercial Heater Operating Costs Lower

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The cost to purchase a commercial heating unit can reach well into the thousands of dollars. If you aren’t being mindful of the manner in which you operate and maintain the unit, your maintenance costs might not be too far behind. Learn how you can keep your unit working more efficiently and keep your costs lower. Change The Filter In terms of efficiency, it doesn’t get any more practical than changing the filter. Read More»

Understanding That Specifics Is Everything For A Fabrication Company

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If you are looking to hire the services of a fabrication company, you should first know and understand that specifics are everything. You would not go into a contract obligation without first knowing if the company can do what you want. That applies to virtually any business period. There are other specifics that apply to your situation as well. Hiring the Fabrication Company Based on Specifics The word, “fabrication” means “ Read More»

Three Tips For Getting The Most Bang For Your Buck When Buying Construction Equipment

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When you own a construction business, there will be certain pieces of equipment that you will need to invest in to ensure that you are able to complete any job properly. When investing in equipment, it is important to make sure that you choose equipment that is affordable and the right fit for your business. The guide below walks you through a few ways to make sure the equipment you choose for your business is the right choice. Read More»

Exposing Some Myths Regarding Spray Foam Insulation

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Keeping your home energy efficient will require the use of high-quality insulation. While many homeowners may never need to do anything with their insulation, there are others that may find it necessary to enhance or upgrade their insulation to maximize the energy efficiency and comfort of the house.  Myth: All Insulation Is the Same It is a fairly commonly held misconception that all insulation is essentially the same. Yet, this is far from the case as this product can come in a range of styles. Read More»