Live Green and Earn Points


  • Nan M. 7 years ago
    Is there any place to recycle alkaline batteries?
  • james and Ella Mae j. 9 years ago
    great info
  • VALERIE H. 9 years ago
    Neighborhood stop, drop, and get a slip locations like good will, Red Cross, Purple Heart, Old Mother Waddle, and/ or some already established site could be asked if they would start something like this.
  • Elaine F. 9 years ago
    Will do.
  • Star T. 9 years ago
    What I've never quite understood about the recycling process is why we have to pay for the "privilege" of using it? Someone is making money on the recycled material, and honestly, I just can't afford even one more $5.00 monthly bite out of my income! I'd be more than glad to go to the trouble of sorting and setting out my recycled items, but don't make me also pay someone so they can get rich on it!

    Actually, I'm already going a step further than recycling by targeting every possible purchase toward eventual re-use. In my opinion, it's a far better option, and usually costs little or nothing more than a throw-away item, especially packaging. One of my pet peeves (frequently moving beyond peeve to raging fury and total disgust) are those molded plastic blister-packs that so many items are now packaged in. Not only are they not re-usable, they're a hazard to get into! More than once, I've gotten nasty, jagged cuts to my hands trying to wrestle my way into the merchandise! They should pay ME for the supposed security of this monstrosity!

    And a question, while I'm already logged in and posting... why is this a "secure site" ? (Secure website addresses start with "https" instead of just "http") Even my web browser doubts it, making me click through the question of whether I want to go to a secure site it every time I change pages. It's a nuisance and there's no need for secur.ity on an informational website. Even all but a few of PayPal's pages are regular, non-secure pages. Does someone think this website is a bank?
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