People throw-away junk items all the time. Is junk really useless? You might have some scrap in your garage, backyard, or closet. It might be tempting to dispose of it. You might be thinking of disposing of it to make room for new ones. Does it have to go this way? Why not start your own Junkyard!
If you have a bigger space, you can open a boat scrap yard. Even if you have a small space, it is possible to manage one. To place unwanted items at high heights, all you need is a scaffold and a small scissor lift. The big question now is, where can you find useless items?
Many people don't know how to dispose of unwanted electronics or scrap metal. You may have seen a TV set in someone's backyard while walking around. You might have even seen an old crib or box of toys on someone's lawn. These items might not be in use anymore but they are still very valuable.
You don't have to travel far to collect scrap. You can start right in your neighborhood. Spread the word in your community that you collect unwanted and used items every week on a fixed day.
After storing and collecting all junk, it is time to find a suitable place to dispose of it. An ideal place to do so is a landfill. Learn about their policies and where they are located. Some areas require special permits for dumping. Make sure you are fully informed about any special requirements and conditions in your local area.