Live Green and Earn Points


  • Christine G. 5 months ago
    I’ve started to call companies that use non recyclable plastics. I state I will be finding an alternative product and tell them I will check from time to time to see if they have changed to a recyclable plastic. I also point out that with recyclable plastics widely available and the consequences of a plastic strewn earth I can not believe that they are not more environmentally conscious
  • tommy b. 5 months ago
  • John D. 9 months ago
    But what good is that, doesn't the recycler need to see the code?
    • Carly C. 5 months ago
      I'm thinking that number is for us the consumer to know which #s can be recycled with our haulers because the plant separates the plastics by weight . . . . I kinda remember that from one of the trivia questions here.
  • Cindy W. 1 year ago
    Some aerosol products claim to be recyclable, however, our recycle company refuses to take any aerosol cans because they feel they are too dangerous.
  • Linda W. 1 year ago
    this may be a little disgusting, but I don't wear any deodorant at all! Ha!
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