Beach vacations, lake days, and pool-side views. Ah, sweet summertime. But as you’re packing that beach bag, dusting off the old cooler in the garage, or searching the shelves for sunscreen, make sure you have a plan to dispose of your newfound summer thrills – one that protects our planet, your family, and others.
When it comes to spring cleaning, the activity is not only productive, it’s one of the many tasks best completed alone or with those in your household, making it perfect for social/physical distancing, but before you usher those old dusty knickknacks to the curb, here are a few things to keep in mind.
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