Live Green and Earn Points


  • Duane W. 7 months ago
    That's a good tip in this article to put a small bottle into another larger bottle (of the same resin codes) to help in sorting matters at the MRF.
  • Edward M. 7 months ago
    Instead of putting the semi-hard plastic pod containers in the recycling they have get re-use value such as holding various items in your workshops (nails, art supplies, Brillo soap pads, sewing supplies, in the garden for plants in various ways). People say “Think, outside the box”, I say,
    “Think, INSIDE the box”.... we, don’t aways have to recreate the wheel, just find other uses for such. Thanks, for listening and let you imagination GROW......
  • James M. 7 months ago
    I use them for travel (perfect for just a few days of shampoo, conditioner, etc) and to carry a small amount of coconut amines (I'm very allergic to soy, as in soy sauce) to Sushi or Chinese restaurants, and for visiting homes where soy sauce might be served. If you acquire a collection of them, they make nice tiny flower holders.
  • Caroline K. 7 months ago
    I save them for when I make homemade vanilla. I use A LOT of real vanilla and it has been rising in price. It isn't cheap to make, and takes months, but you make a good bit. I fill my cleaned saved bottles, and then dry the vanilla beans to make vanilla sugar.
  • Star D. 7 months ago
    One of my favorite articles yet. Thank you
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