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DO NOT BUY THIS!!!!

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Barrie Speedway

Barrie Speedway is a 1/3 mile tri-oval racing track located in Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada, north of Barrie.

It is a member of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series for the Ontario Provincial and National (Continental) championships, and hosts a NASCAR Canadian Tire Series race.

Location 8th Line of Oro-Medonte between Barrie and Orillia just off of Highway 11, Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada
Capacity 4000
Owner Rick and Diane Cunningham
Broke ground 1965
Construction cost $2 Million Dollar Upgrade 2004
Major events NASCAR Canadian Tire Series
Hudco Electric Supply 300
(2007–Present)
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
OSCAAR Super Late Model Series
OSCAAR Modified Series
CASCAR Super Series
(1989-1995)
Surface asphalt tri-oval
Length 5/9 km (1/3 mi)
Turns 2

Past Winners of the NCTS race:

2007 D. J. Kennington
2008 Scott Steckly
2009 Don Thomson, Jr.
2010 D. J. Kennington (2)
2011 Mark Dilley
2012 Pete Sheperd III

Barrie has three home divisions; Late Models, Thunder Cars and Pure Stocks. Other touring series are hosted throughout the season, including the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, Ontario Legends Series, TQ midgets, and OSCAAR.

The track underwent major upgrades in 2004 which included upgrades to seating, pits and a full resurfacing and partial reconfiguration of the racing surface into its present short track tri-oval.

UPDATED: Barrie Speedway Closed Permanently. http://www.ontariooval.com/?p=37098

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Twitter Users In Waste Management

Twitter Users I Follow

TerraCycle
@TerraCycle
Global leader in collecting hard-to-recycle waste to be recycled or upcycled. We pay schools, non-profit orgs; turn waste into new items! http://on.fb.me/gg4kI3

Recyclebank Verified account
@Recyclebank
We inspire & reward smarter, everyday choices for a more sustainable future. We bring together people, businesses & communities to achieve real world impact.

New York City
recyclebank.com

1-800-RECYCLING.com
@1800Recycling
Get information on all things recycling, including convenient recycling locations near you. Take our mobile app with you on your Apple or Android device!
USA
1800recycling.com

How to Recycle Christmas Trees and Ornaments #recycling http://bit.ly/1A7XWax

Waste Management
@WasteManagement
Waste Management is the leading provider of comprehensive environmental solutions in North America. http://www.wm.com

Pet Business
@petbusinessmag
The business resource for pet retailers.
Dog waste management #IRA14 winner: Doggy Dun It Doggy Dun It Pick Up Scoop. http://ow.ly/GC63E
petbusiness.com

38th Annual Corn Roast

    38th Annual Corn Roast

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38th Annual Corn Roast
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Summer Renovation

    Summer Renovation

Everyone knows a roll-off bin is the best way to handle renovation debris. Many people don’t know other best practices.

Renovations, such as kitchen or bathroom, you may need or want done in your home. Don’t neglect structural deficiencies that are very critical to the value of your home, or your basic physical health and safety.

This safety issue has become very common in many North American cities, within 15 to 20 years. Many homes are at risk of becoming uninhabitable, if homeowners continue to emphasize lifestyle luxuries over basic structural improvements.

Technical drawing is an important step in all renovations, composing plans that visually communicate how your new kitchen functions or is to be constructed keep you on track.

Technical drawings are is essential for communicating ideas in all industries and engineering. To make the drawings easier to understand, people use familiar symbols, perspectives, units of measurement, notation systems, visual styles, and page layout. Together, these conventions make a visual language, and will help everyone involved understand your desires to ensure that the drawing is clear-cut and relatively easy to understand.

This need for precise communication in the preparation of a functional document distinguishes technical drawing from the expressive drawing of the visual arts. Artistic drawings are subjectively interpreted; their meanings are multiply determined. Technical drawings are understood to have one intended meaning.

A draftsperson or draughtsman is the person that will make your plans a drawing. A professional drafter will make technical drawings for your new kitchen.

Before you use the plans in these drawings you need to plan what you will do with your old kitchen.
The most convenient way to remove the rubbish is by using a roll-off dumpster.

The bin can be placed in a position to allow for easy loading. Below a window or close to the door, an easy exit for the trash will save time and money. Just throw your old kitchen into the roll off container and everything is gone.

Summer Renovation

Rent Roll-off Dumpsters

A roll-off bin is a usually open top rectangle shaped dumpster sometimes with wheels to allow for easy placement of the dumpster.  These containers are designed to be delivered and removed by roll-off trucks.  Roll-offs dumpsters are commonly used to contain and remove loads of construction and demolition waste, concrete or and soil.  Some roll-off containers are not open top and are used with commercial or industrial trash compactors.

Construction debris may originate from a building site where something is being built, renovated, or demolished.  Roll-off dumpsters are also used for various jobs that need a great deal of material to be taken away. The material in the roll-off bin may be taken to a landfill, recycled or disposed/recovered of in some other way.

Typical container sizes are 10 yard, 15 yard 20 yard, 30 yard, and 40 yard.  While the roll-off bins may be rented by volume, there may be weight limitations. Weight limits may be necessary to ensure compliance with road and safety regulations.

Most roll-off providers will have a weight limit for each container size.  Containers loaded with more weight than allowed typically result in an overage charge. The maximum weight is specified at the beginning of the job.  In cases where the material to be disposed of is especially dense, such as concrete, a container with lower sidewalls is used, to help reduce the risk of exceeding the weight limit.

After the container is picked up, it is taken to a disposal facility where it is weighed before (gross) and after (tare) dumping. The difference is the net weight, and is used to calculate charges to the customer. In order to save time, some facilities pre-record weights of trucks and containers. This allows the tare weight to be looked up and eliminates the need for a second weighing.

Roll-off dumpsters are delivered and placed by a roll-off truck.  As the roll-off truck raises its hydraulically operated bed, the roll-off container slides off of the truck bed.   A cable is used to slowly lower the container.   After the waste container is loaded, the roll-off truck pulls the filled container onto the roll-off truck by using a cable and winch system.   When being transported, the roll-off must be covered.

One problem often encountered with roll-off containers is the potential of scratching or damaging the surface they are placed on.  Most roll-off containers now have metal rollers for wheels, which can at times scratch or be abrasive to a concrete or asphalt surface.  It is recommended to place a protective board such as plywood under the container to avoid and situation where the placement surface can be damaged.  Most roll-off companies do not offer plywood, but will place the container on the wood if supplied.  The roll-off must be placed on a hard surface other than dirt.  Gravel, asphalt, and concrete are all acceptable. If the container is placed on dirt the bin may sink after a rainfall and the truck could get stuck.

There are many items that are not accepted by roll-off bin rental companies. These items include but are not limited to chemicals, including paint and petroleum products, tires, and electronics.

The prohibition of items is often to comply with laws and regulations concerning disposal of hazardous materials.  Roll-off drivers may refuse to pick-up loads containing prohibited materials.  If the load is picked up, the roll-off rental company may charge the customer additional for cleaning the load and proper handling of the contaminating material.

Most cities do not require permits to have a dumpster delivered.

Roll-off truck

Roll Off Pool

Roll Off Swimming Pool

You can have a pool party with a roll off dumpster.

Dumpster dive this…

Roll off dumpsters and diving go together in ways you never thought of.  The “dumpster pool”, can be designed to be easily dismantled and drained for transport.  Roll off bins as a form of portable pool party.  Transform an old rental dumpster into a swimming pool for your next big event in your backyard.

Repurposed dumpster bins can be cleaned, lined and filled with water and they are making an appearance in New York on the east side of Park Avenue between 40th and 41st Streets, as part of the third Summer Streets Initiative.

 

Roll off bin pool

Want a Pool Party, but have no pool? 

Roll off dumpster with Bobcat

Container swimming pool 

 

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