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In Honor Of Girl Scouts Day, Make Smart Glass Choices For A Smaller Footprint
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Girl Scouts care for nature. In honor of that tradition, learn about smarter shopping, better usage and alternative options for disposal of glass.

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You can lower the environmental impact that glass makes by buying less, shopping smarter, reusing more and recycling when and wherever possible.
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Whether you’re heading out on a road trip or just doing the morning commute, bringing a drink in a reusable bottle helps cut down on glass waste.
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Nice job! This is just a starting point for all the ways you can limit the amount of glass you use and dispose of. If you know a Girl Scout, let them know how much their choices matter for the next generation of recyclers!

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Girl Scouts are known for encouraging environmental stewardship. In honor of that nature-loving spirit, here’s a short quiz to help you know more about the impact of glass, so you can confidently move forward toward a more sustainable lifestyle.

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  • Heather B. 10 months ago
    Anyone else have trouble washing out olive oil bottles (and sometimes salad dressing bottles) to recycle? I find that the labels are hard to remove, but because they are often greasy from oil down the side, they must be removed so the grease doesn’t ruin all the paper in the single stream recycling bin. Sometimes I end up throwing the bottle away if I just can’t get it clean enough. Hmmm, maybe I should start buying olive oil in tins, but those often have a plastic spout and need to be thoroughly cleaned as well. Oil’s a tough one.
  • Lois S. 1 year ago
    Forget soda all together and brew Kombucha at home, way better than store bought!
  • Patricia G. 1 year ago
    I hope that Arkansas starts recycling glass soon.
  • tommy b. 1 year ago
    today
  • Patricia G. 1 year ago
    I reuse a lot of my glass containers. We do not have glass recycling in my area so I try to find uses for most of it and try not to buy it either if possible.
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