Over time, we all tend to accumulate “stuff.” Whether you’re in the process of moving in or moving out, you need to clear out a space for a remodeling project, or your attic and/or garage are just too full, Bay Disposal & Recycling can provide you with the perfect container or dumpster rental to take […]
Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, or LEED, is a green planning and building certification program that teaches designers and builders a new of thinking when it comes to the design, construction, and maintenance of homes, neighborhoods, commercial properties and even communities.
LEED – certified buildings not only save money and resources for the builder, they […]
Bay Disposal & Recycling is proud to announce that our Chairman and Owner Dwight C. Schaubach was recently honored by the Old Dominion University Strome Entrepreneurial Center for their 2015 Entrepreneurial Hall of Fame! View the video below to see some highlights from this event and visit the Strome Entrepreneurial Center website to learn more!
As consumers, we all generate waste. Whether it be the daily trash and recyclables we accumulate in our homes and businesses, or special home improvement project materials (like adding a new roof or remodeling a room) and commercial work site refuse, it all need to be properly removed and transferred to a recycling center or […]
The Virginia Peninsula includes four independent cities (Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson and Williamsburg) and two counties (York and James City County). Obviously each city and county operate under their own regulations, but when it comes to curbside pickup guidelines for solid waste disposal and recyclables, and what constitutes hazardous waste and how it should be […]
Recently in Hampton Roads, an initiative for helping to prevent Cigarette Litter in the seven cities of Hampton, Newport News, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Norfolk,Portsmouth and other surrounding areas spearheaded by askHRgreen.org was proud to report an 82% reduction in cigarette litter in Hampton Roads!
To read more about the final report, visit this link to find out more […]
Helping future generations understand the importance of recycling is a great way to ensure that our children will take better care of the planet. By learning recycling tips and tricks at an early age, they will be much more likely to make these processes a daily habit and will also be apt to pass their […]
Traditional residential recycling is a great way to keep waste from building in our landfills but artists and other crafty people are finding ways to re-purpose previously discarded items to create jewelry, art and even furniture.
The process is known as “upcycling,” which means to reuse discarded objects to create something that has a higher quality or value […]