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  • SL S. 9 years ago
    Perhaps you could store them until you take a trip/vacation to an area that has a recycling center. Storage is always difficult.
  • elaine l. 9 years ago
    Our city itself takes aluminum, tin, paper and plastics (but only #s 1 & 2) but not glass. However, Target stores have recycling bins at the entrance that DO take glass! Which is awesome because Louisiana is big on drinking large amounts of alcohol...the glass bin is always stuffed full with beer and wine bottles. :-D
  • Donna H. 9 years ago
    We have a recycling plant close to our home so we seperate our recycling things and take it there. When we have stuff they don't take they always tell us where they can take it so we always find places to take most of ours.
  • Sarah B. 9 years ago
    I send recycleables to school for my sons terra cycle program they offer.It gives the school money for school landscaping & play ground equipment.
  • Winnie J. 9 years ago
    We used to live in an area without curbside recycling. With young kids we didn't have the time to recycle anymore. However, we were able to give bottles/glass away to cleaning lady who was willing to recycle it for us (she kept the money of course). Occasionally I would bring some bottles in to work because our cleaning person at work also recycled. Don't know if that could be an option.
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