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  • The best and safest way to get rid of dangerous glass garbage. How to get rid of smashed glass safely. How do you deal with broken crockery. Can you put broken glass in the recycling bin?

    How to Dispose of Broken Glass Garbage Safely

    How to Dispose of Broken Glass Garbage Safely

    by L M Reid26

  • A fire in the home can be a devastating event, damaging property and possibly causing death or personal injury. This guide outlines the most common causes of fires and how to prevent them.

    Common Sense Fire Safety in the Home

    Common Sense Fire Safety in the Home

    by Eugene Brennan1

  • Everybody knows milk, eggs, and certain other foods expire. However, you will be very surprised that products other than foods also expire. This article contains some real shockers.

    Surprising Products That Expire

    Surprising Products That Expire

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • Food is not the most essential item in a disaster preparedness kit. Learn which essentials you'll need to survive without power or transportation.

    How to Stock a Disaster Preparedness Kit

    How to Stock a Disaster Preparedness Kit

    by Viola Horne0

  • Anyone living in an area where hurricanes occur on a regular basis should know what to do to prepare. They should also know what they will need to survive the hurricane and the days after a hurricane.

    Hurricanes: Be Prepared to Stay Safe

    Hurricanes: Be Prepared to Stay Safe

    by L.M. Hosler3

  • Life is unpredictable. Tornadoes tear through towns, earthquakes rattle cities and unexpected events can catch us off guard. What if I told you that the best survival tools are right under your nose?

    10 Must-Have Survival Tools (You Probably Already Own)

    10 Must-Have Survival Tools (You Probably Already Own)

    by Kathleen Odenthal20

  • If you live in Florida or Texas or any other state that has experienced the wrath of a Hurricane you know the importance of hurricane preparedness. The 2018 hurricane season starts June 1st and is predicted to be an active one.

    Hurricane Season Is Just Around the Corner

    Hurricane Season Is Just Around the Corner

    by Andrea Picarelli1

  • Asbestos is now seen as a dangerous building material. But what is asbestos and why did we use it?

    A Simple Guide to Asbestos

    A Simple Guide to Asbestos

    by Stephanie Elford0

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