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Category: What Can I Recycle?
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.
Can plastic bags go in your curbside recycling cart? You have arrived home from the grocery store and successfully put away all of the groceries, […]
In most curbside recycling programs, “Styrofoam” is part of a longer list of recycling contaminates (items that cannot be recycled curbside, that are placed in the recycling bin).
When items such as hoses, cords, wires, chains, ropes, and plastic bags are placed in a curbside recycling bin, people just like you and I are faced with the daunting challenge of detangling them from recycling processing equipment.
Babies come with lots of laughs, joy – and stuff! Take a quick peek down any shop’s baby aisle and you’ll see boxes, bottles and […]
When your garden hose starts to leak, crack, or wear out, it may be time for a new one. But what can you do with […]
It all adds up
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