Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Office

Posted on May 10, 2018 in Tips

Whether it’s a tradition that you look forward to, or one that you do your best to get out of, the end of winter signals that it’s time for your annual spring cleaning projects to get underway. For millennia, people have considered spring to be a time of renewal and rebirth. It’s a time when […]

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Yard and Landscaping Spring Cleaning

yard-landscaping Posted on April 24, 2018 in Tips

Spring is in the air! Unfortunately, much of fall and winter is still on the ground… Pretty much everyone is familiar with the term “spring cleaning”, and for most people, that involves a lot of work around the house. This is the time of year when people go through old belongings that they no longer […]

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Junk Removal for All That Spring Cleaning

junk-on-the-road Posted on April 6, 2018 in Tips

Spring Cleaning; Those two simple words bring a sense of relief to some, and a feeling of despair to others. Whether you look forward to the annual chance to purge your home and office of a year’s worth of accumulated junk, or you find yourself wishing someone else would come along and do it for […]

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How to Manage Construction Waste Removal

Posted on March 19, 2018 in Tips

Construction is an important industry, and one that can be profitable and rewarding, but it also has certain challenges that are not necessarily found in other industries. Like any business, construction involves tracking labour and other expenses, as well as deadlines and safety concerns. It also deals with other, non-controllable issues such as weather. But […]

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How to Prep for Your Spring Cleaning Projects

spring cleaning project Posted on March 8, 2018 in Tips

For many of us, looking out the window does not give us much hope that spring is about to arrive. But in truth, it is coming fast, and in many places, the cold grey of winter is already receding. With that in mind, now is a great time to start thinking about your springtime projects, […]

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Recycling Your Electronics

Recycling Electronics Posted on February 21, 2018 in Articles

We live in a society where many of our possessions are considered disposable and easily replaced. This is especially true of our electronics. Devices today are being developed at an incredible rate, and many of us have bought into the notion that we must always have the latest and greatest, whether it be a cell phone, a TV, a […]

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Top Tips for Tackling a Basement Cleanout

Top Tips for Tackling a Basement Cleanout | 604-TRASH-IT Posted on February 16, 2018 in Tips

Many of us tend to collect things without realizing it. When people move to a new dwelling, there is invariably a point where they look at the number of boxes they have packed and ask, “How did we get so much stuff?” You don’t have to be a hoarder to suddenly and unexpectedly find yourself […]

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How to Stay Safe During Winter Construction Debris Removal


Winter is, undoubtedly, one of the messiest times of the year. The snow piles up, sometimes almost faster than we can clean it, and depending on the weather, we can end up with slush or ice. Salt and sand are also an issue, turning that clean white snowfall into an ugly mess. Winter cleanups are […]

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Tips for Downsizing Your Office

tips for downsizing your office | 604-trash-it Posted on January 11, 2018 in Tips

Renting office space can be expensive. Even worse than paying a lot for your office is having to pay for more space than you need. There could be any number of reasons to downsize your office, whether it’s because workers are telecommuting, a reduced budget, or simply a desire to reduce waste. If you find […]

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What You Can Do to Recycle Junk

604-TRASH-IT | What You Can Do to Recycle Junk Posted on December 28, 2017 in Articles

We all have good habits, and we all have bad habits. One habit that we should all be working to cultivate, however, is recycling as much as possible. The resources being used to create the majority of our manufactured goods are finite, meaning that as the world’s population increases, that limited amount is having to […]

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