Reusable Gift Wrapping Ideas

Reusable Gift Wrapping Ideas

5 Ideas to Reduce Holiday Trash During the holiday season there is a 30% increase in the amount of trash produced compared to the rest of the year. This increase is primarily due to packaging from online orders and single-use gift wrapping. One solution to reducing...

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Yard Waste Cleanup Dos and Don’ts

Yard Waste Cleanup Dos and Don’ts

Best Practices for Disposing of Yard Waste with Twin Enviro Fall may feel like a fleeting concept in Routt County! By the time you notice the trees have turned yellow, most of the leaves have fallen to the ground, and snow is in the forecast. If you’re one of the...

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How Long Does it Take to Decompose?

How Long Does it Take to Decompose?

And Is It Landfill Bound or Can It Be Recycled? Have you ever wondered how long the items you throw away will take to decompose? Not everything can biodegrade in a landfill, and much of what ends up in landfills is actually recyclable or reusable. Keep reading to...

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Yard Waste Composting

Yard Waste Composting

Twin Enviro Services is the Only Yard Waste Composting Provider in Routt County Fall is the perfect time to do yard work! With the trees and plants getting ready for hibernation through the winter it’s the ideal season to trim trees and shrubs. This means there’s a...

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5 Ways to Reduce Your Recycling Contamination

5 Ways to Reduce Your Recycling Contamination

One of the main reasons that perfectly recyclable items end up in the landfill, is because of contamination. It’s estimated that 25% of all items sent to recycling facilities are contaminated and have to be sent to landfills. There are several easy ways that you can...

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11 Ways to Use Fewer Single-Use Plastics

11 Ways to Use Fewer Single-Use Plastics

Plastic takes more than +500 years to decompose (if it ever decomposes) in a landfill. That’s why it’s important to try to reduce single-use plastics items in our daily lives. The average American produces +4 pounds of trash a day, that’s more than 1,361 pounds per...

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