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End Of The Week Recap: April 5th

By Recyclebank |

Here’s a quick recap of some key eco-living info from this past week.


What other interesting things did you learn on the site this week? Share in the comments below!

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  • tommy b. 1 month ago
  • Cindy W. 1 month ago
    It's obvious that if a pizza box has grease on the bottom of the box the bottom portion of box should be thrown out, however, if the top of the box is perfectly clean I will cut that portion out an recycle it.
    • Lucy L. 1 month ago
      Forunately for us, our trash company (Athens) has compost bins for curbside. They accept stuff like food-soiled carboard (ex: pizza boxes) and paper plates. Yay!
    • Cindy W. 1 month ago
      This doesn't make sense. Food-soiled cardboard contaminates the whole mix if it is not caught before the process.. Also placing contaminated with clean could also get the clean contaminated. Could you explain further their process?
    • George G. 1 month ago
      You and Lucy are talking about two different things. Food contamination means the paper cannot be recycled into lower quality paper. Lucy is correct that it can be composted.
    • Cindy W. 1 month ago
      I get it now. Thanks for clarifying.