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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

Checking my garage storage shelves yesterday to see what I needed at the supermarket, I noticed that we had overbought both clear trash bags and black garbage bags over the last eight months. Because of the pandemic, we worried that supplies of trash bags would be depleted and along with my supply of paper towels and toilet paper, many of the boxes of bags are laying around waiting to be used. Yes, I am still diligently using the heavy-duty plastic outdoor trash bags to line my outside garbage cans and keeping them super clean and sanitary. I even got compliments...

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Posted by Vivian McnIeil on

How could the simple garbage bag get into the middle of a national election dispute? As we all know by now Joe Biden will most likely be our new president elect come this January 2021. Many Americans from both the political and private arenas are questioning the validity of the 2020 presidential elections due to alleged voter fraud. How will the new president gain the confidence of those who did not vote for him? There may always be a doubt in their minds if the vote was an honest one.  Objectors claim various possible scenarios of election corruption in several...

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Posted by Vivian McnIeil on

Can you tell by shaking a heavy-duty plastic garbage bags what is in it? Let us imagine that you are shaking the bag and hear a clunking sound. Would you be able to distinguish between a vase or a toy? Nelson Molina, a retired New York City sanitation worker can. Molina claims that by the way the item pokes from inside the bag and the sound the item makes when hitting the ground are hints to what the object hidden in the garbage bag is. For example, when Nelson hears the ping that is made when a trash bag is...

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Posted by Allen Czermak on

Are you one of those people who constantly complain about the mounds of trash in black garbage bags lining the streets on garbage day? I do not blame anyone for caring about our environment and the allegations that sea creatures are eating plastic garbage bags for lunch. Does the word landfill conjure up a negative connotation in your conscience? Thanks to some great futuristic minds, landfills have been turned into beautiful parks in different cities of our nation as well as mountains as high as ski slopes in the beautiful country of Denmark.  Trash is buried in landfills preventing the...

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Posted by Allen Czermak on

It’s something we take for granted every week. We place our plastic trash bags in garbage cans, and once or twice a week we push them to the curb for pickup. Sometimes it might be a local municipality or a private service that hauls away your trash. Either way, there is a lot that goes into trash pickup and it’s none other than the garbage men who are the unspoken heroes. I prefer to call these talented professionals, sanitation engineers. Even for all the money in the world, I doubt you could keep the job for more than one day....

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