As a homeowner interested in maintaining a clean home, you need an efficient system to remove garbage from your home. However, as you've probably learnt, not all garbage is created equal.
Certain types of rubbish are considered more hazardous based on the potential to harm people and/or the environment. These include batteries, pesticides/herbicides, pool chemicals, solvents, liquid fuels, fluorescent lamps, asbestos-containing materials, oven cleaners etc. You can't dispose of these items with the regular garbage, and hence you should plan for appropriate disposal to avoid endangering your family or the environment.
If you have been carrying out renovation work on your home, you may be thinking about hiring a skip bin in order to deal with the waste and garbage which has been produced. While using a hired skip bin may seem straight forward, it is important that you understand the risks associated with using a skip bin and the steps you can take to avoid any danger. Below is a guide which will help you stay safe when using your hired skip bin to remove waste.
If you're a keen gardener and you're planning a makeover for your outside space, you could recycle much of the resultant organic rubbish into compost. Your homemade compost can be used to fertilise your plants and veggies, saving you the cost of an expensive mass-produced product.
If you don't fancy building a compost heap, you could hire a small skip bin for your compost instead.
Here's how to make compost in a small skip bin.