Posts for September 2013

Centennial Bridge at dusk

Composting Tips

In today’s world, the concept of recycling is becoming increasingly more important. Millennium Waste offers commercial and residential recycling services, which makes it easier for you to help create a sustainable environment for future generations. We recycle glass, cardboard, paper, aluminum, and plastic – but why stop there? Learn how you can utilize disposed organic materials such as food scraps, leather, and dead plants to the max by turning them into rich, nutrient filled soil that can be used to fertilize your garden. The soil is produced through the hard work of microorganisms that break down the materials you choose to put in your compost. In order for these microorganisms to perform as you wish, you will have to provide them with water, oxygen and, of course, food. Composting is a fun, cheap, and efficient way of acquiring fertilizer for your garden, and it is a great opportunity to teach your children about the biological processes that occur in nature.

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Great Tips for Eco-friendly Kitchens

At Millennium Waste Inc. we strive to contribute to a healthy planet and sustainable living, and it all starts with you. You can do many things in your own home to lessen the impact you and your family have on the environment. Get inspired by our tips for eco-friendly kitchens, and remember: Millennium Waste is here to help you with your garbage and recycling needs!

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Keeping the Community Clean

Millennium Waste Incorporated is committed to the growth and well being of the Quad Cities area. That’s why it’s so important to us to contribute to community events and activities. As proud members of the cities we serve, we are dedicated to youth involvement and keeping Betterndorf, Davenport, East Moline, Moline, Rock Island and all of our communities clean.

Events and Activities:

  • Extreme Cleanup
  • Quad Cities Marathon
  • Bix 7
  • Greek Fest
  • Cinco De Mayo Festival
  • Bettendorf July 4th Festival

Contact us today with questions or suggestions.

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