Are you an avid recycler? Do you want to take on organizing projects, but don’t know what to do with the excess? Would you like to find an earth-friendly way to organize your home? We are all familiar with the three R’s when it comes to our planet. So let’s emphasize the principles of “reduce-reuse-recycle”and try a more responsible approach to organizing.
Sorting is the act of putting all like items together. For example, if you are sorting books, all craft books would go together, all finance books in one spot and all health books in the same space. This will hold true of O2 sensor recycling all other items.
If you do care about environment, you can recycle the plastic waste around you. By doing this, you can support the environment-friendly policies made by the government in your country. Although it is only a small thing you can do for your environment, you will be able to create some differences to your environment.
Composting is not at all difficult and need not be stinky. There are a ton of guides you can find online to teach you how to make a cheap, easy, non-stinky compost bin.
Now, in organizing your garage, you should also take note of the amount of space available. If storage is a problem, remember to make use of vertical space. The walls and ceiling are a great way to increase the storage available. There are several types of shelving to choose from, such as standing and free floating, organization, cabinet systems, suspension systems and bin hanging rack available to help maximize your storage area.
Almost all county’s have some form of plastic oxygen sensor recycling. Check your local yellow pages to find a recycling center, then call and find out which types of plastics they recycle and where to drop them off. For statewide recycling information, call 1-800-CLEAN-UP.
Mindmaps are also good for people with mild ADD (like me). I can collapse the individual branches and only work on the task at hand. Looking at the whole map at once can seem very overwhelming.
Consider going electronic. If you haven’t already, consider using electronic systems for managing your finances. Systems like Quicken and NeatWorks are designed to help make it easy to keep track of your finances and your financial paperwork. It’s easiest to set these systems up at the beginning of the year, rather than sometime in the middle.