You go to great lengths to recycle everything from cardboard to plastic to glass, but what about old car parts?
Even routine maintenance can generate waste. For instance, oil filters shouldn’t just be recycled – they must be. The law requires it.
Here are some more car-related items you may not have thought to recycle – but you should!
Recycling is not a new concept but it’s an important one. Whether after a contractor completes a job, an internet-service provider wraps up an install at a school or organization or business, there is all too often leftover scrap metal that many times goes to waste.
The demand for metal continues to grow and recycling is a great way to ensure that as little waste as possible is left behind.
Corporate Compliance regulations vary by industry, but they are crucial in developing your company’s risk management policy. One of the biggest risks of exposure for your company is through poor data destruction polices. Simply destroying IT assets or throwing them out with the trash is not an option, particularly if your organization deals with sensitive data.
Due to the hard work and advocacy by the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), the Department of Homeland Security designated scrap yards such as Arrow Scrap as essential businesses on March 25, 2020.