Setting Up A Better Manufacturing Area

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Setting Up A Better Manufacturing Area

After a few members of our team were injured in serious accidents, I decided that it would be smart to take a closer look at our setup. Instead of ignoring some of the issues and forgetting about older equipment, we started thinking carefully about how each piece operated and how we could improve our workflow. We were able to identify several large issues with our procedures, and it really helped to boost productivity and safety in our workspace. I decided to make this blog for any business owner that is concerned about creating a safer environment for their employees and their clients.

Recycling All The Materials From A Building That Has Been Demolished

Demolition companies come in and take down a building in a hurry and to many people, it may look as though they are just making a huge pile of debris but in truth, almost all the parts of the building can be recycled or reused in one way or another. The trick is to separate the parts into usable scrap and things that can not be used. Demolition does mean demolishing the building but it does not mean making it unusable. Read More 

Don’t Skimp On Golf Cart Engine Care

Golf carts may look like low-key transportation for use on a field only, but they are motor vehicles that require care, just like a regular street-legal car. The engine on a golf cart needs to be in very good shape because these are used by people who may not be able to walk all the way back to the the main building on a property, be that a clubhouse on a golf course or a warehouse on an industrial site. Read More 

7 Essentials You Need To Make Money Collecting And Selling Scrap Metal

Selling scrap metal can be a fun way to make a bit of extra cash in your spare time. However, before you start this money-making hobby, you may need a few supplies. Here's a look at seven of the essentials you'll need. 1. Magnet A small magnet can help you figure out what type of metal you have. A magnet cannot decisively tell you what metal you have, but it can tell you whether the metal is ferrous or not. Read More