Learn everything you will need to know about E.coli and more as you deal with meats, garbage and contaminated products.
When a snake was found in a University of Central Florida office, a campus police officer tried to capture it using a trash can. Check out this article and video for a good laugh at this police officer.
Some kids complain and throw tantrums when it comes to doing their chores. However, one brave young boy is happy to face any task he is given. Check out here for a hilarious video of a boy needing help with the garbage.
E.coli is everywhere. Take a read here to learn about E.coli and what you look out for.
The GeniCan is a smart accessory for converting your boring, analog garbage can into an internet-connected smart trash can of the future. Look, smart devices are going to enter every facet of your house anyway, and when you actually think about it, a smart garbage kind of makes sense.
Heat rises causing odors to intensify. Humid air also has the ability to trap smells causing them to not only intensify but also linger. Smells are apart of our daily life and something that we will remember for a long time so it is important to keep them good.
When landfill degrades and rain rinses the resulting products out, leachate is formed. Leachate is a black liquid containing organic and inorganic chemicals and can pollute the groundwater representing a health risk.
Are you breathing in germs just by smelling the garbage in your kitchen garbage can? Read here about the most airborne Bacterial place and just how much bacteria you might be breathing in and where.
What is E.coli, how E.coli makes you sick, symptoms, how you can prevent E.coli and a few of the benefits that E.coli can bring are all discussed in this presentation. Take a read to learn what to avoid and what to do if you can’t avoid it.
Think you can skip cleaning your trash can in the winter? Don't! Bacteria, mold and other harmful material can still gather and grow in the cold months. We service your can all year round!
Here we read the story of a town in Ohio where after a July picnic there was an E.coli outbreak resulting in death and many hospitalized. The story reads that the picnic sides were brought in by the different attendees but the meats were provided by the host.