Like many Homeowners Associations who are now evaluating solutions for garbage and recycling bins, you most likely are considering a number of factors in your decision. Things like, do we want the style to be more than just a square box? Are we concerned about the additional cost related to assembly and installation? Who would do the installation?
If you or your board are asking these questions, that is a good thing. A well thought out approach will pay dividends later on. What we want you to know is that RubbishWrap© addresses many of your concerns. Our all modular “simple snap” design makes assembly a breeze for any homeowner and just takes a couple of minutes. A decision to go with RubbishWrap eliminates time consuming assembly because there is no hardware and no need for tools. Our sturdy plastic construction is stylish and is designed to last for years; unlike anything with metal or wood which will eventually crumble.
If you want to see the trash bin solution that simply offers the best value you can find, let us know and we would be happy to provide you more details on special programs we have for HOA’s
Everyone reacts to odors differently. Some people are more sensitive to environmental odors than others. When you are more sensitive to an odor, you may have symptoms even at a low concentration of the odor in air. In general, as concentration levels increase, more people will have symptoms.
Exposure to odors could result in health effects ranging from none, to mild discomfort, to more serious symptoms. Strong odors may cause some people to feel a burning sensation that leads to coughing, wheezing or other breathing problems. People who smell strong odors may get headaches or feel dizzy or nauseous. If an odor lasts a long time or keeps occurring, it also could affect mood, anxiety and stress level.
Source: New York State Department of Health
Symptoms vary based on your sensitivity to the odor. In most cases, symptoms will depend on the type of substance, its concentration in air, how often exposure occurs (frequency), how long exposure lasts (duration), your age, and your state of health.Young children, the elderly, and pregnant women may be more sensitive to odors. In general, the most common symptoms are:
These symptoms generally occur at the time of exposure. Their intensity will depend on the
concentration of the odor in air, how often you smell it, and how long exposure lasts.
Source: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (CDC)
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