Posts Tagged ‘Recycle’

Antique Re-purposing

Re-Purposing With our planet in the state it is environmentally, and population continuing to grow, it is important we start reducing, reusing, and recycling as much as we possibly can. Re-purposing is taking an item that was once used and transforming the item to have a different use. By doing this it helps keep a…

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Triad’s Wind Power

About Wind Power Wind power works by harnessing the Earth’s natural blowing wind and turning it into energy. When the wind catches a turbine’s blades and forces it to spin, it turns a rotor inside the top of the turbine. The rotor is connected to a main shaft inside which spins a generator.  Finally, once…

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Construction waste Recycling

Construction Waste Recycling in Buffalo NY If you’re researching “construction waste Removal Buffalo NY” you may not realize that there is an eco-friendly solution right in your backyard. At Triad Recycling our focus is to keep as much material out of the landfill as possible. You can bring your C&D (Construction and Demolition) waste to…

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Oil Absorbent Material

Oil Absorbent Material At Triad Recycling and Energy we are now manufacturing an Oil Absorbent Material named GypDry. Compared to other brands GypDry is a cleaner, more environmentally friendly oil absorbent that is made out of 100% recycled Gypsum Drywall. Painted drywall can not be recycled so in order to keep it out of the…

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Mattress Removal Buffalo NY

If you’re researching “Mattress Removal – Buffalo NY” you may not realize that there is an eco-friendly solution right in your backyard. At Triad Recycling our focus is to keep as much material out of the landfill as possible. You can bring your mattress to our warehouse in Tonawanda NY, where our employees will unload them, and…

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Electronics Recycle

Approximately 40 million metric tons of e-waste are disposed worldwide every year. This waste comes from TV’s, computers, printers, cell phones, and other technologies we use everyday. Many of these are put into landfills where they take up space and leak chemicals and heavy metals into the earth. These heavy metals include lead, mercury, and…

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