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4/3/2009
Battery Disposal
Batteries are also considered a hazardous waste, but they CANNOT be placed in recycling or trash. What do I do with them??? It’s easy, just keep a zip lock bag ...
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4/21/2009
Sonoma County's Waste Management Agency Guide
The Sonoma County Waste Management Agency’s  annual Recycling Guide is a 32-page comprehensive resource answering questions about recycling, hazardous waste and other disposal issues for Sonoma County. Visit the online ...
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4/3/2009
Recycling Fun Facts
Aluminum: • Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a TV for three hours! • 350,000 aluminum cans are produced every minute! • More aluminum goes into beverage ...
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9/9/2009
14 Reuses for Phone Books
Colleen Vanderlinden
I was reading a post over on Grist about how it may be time to ban large, printed phone directories. You know, those giant phone books that get dropped off ...
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8/5/2009
Recycling plastics; What the numbers mean
By Green Living Tips
On most plastic jars, containers and other packaging of products you buy, you'll find what's generally accepted as the recycling logo with a number in the middle and sometimes letters ...
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4/3/2009
North Bay Corporation's Recycling Guide
Recycle Brochure
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4/3/2009
What you CAN recycle
Paper Products • Corrugated Cardboard • Newspaper (including all inserts) • Magazines, junk mail, envelopes and catalogs • Office & computer paper, household stationery • Telephone books and manuals • ...
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4/3/2009
What you CAN"T recycle
Do not place the following items in your recycling container: • Plastic bags • Styrofoam • Garbage • Liquid waste • Food contaminated paper • Plastic items that are not ...
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4/3/2009
Making use of your mountain of plastic bags
• Use them as bin liners. • Place them in the bottom of plant pots and hanging baskets - they act as great drainage systems. • Children can use them ...
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4/3/2009
Ideas for recycling paper
• After children's drawings and paintings have been displayed for a while they can be used to wrap presents - this also makes the present special. • Discarded A4-sized paper ...
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