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Learn How To Co-Exist With Plastics
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No one’s saying you and plastic need to have a messy breakup. Instead, find out how to lower your eco impact without losing a bit of convenience.

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Learn How To Co-Exist With Plastics
 
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  • TINA F. 2 years ago
    It is so disappointing that glass recycling isn’t more prevalent. The little glass container that yogurt is sold is can be reused for votive candles. I have found small cat food can resealing tops that are the same size and work great for carrying small amounts of bag lunch items, like salad dressing.
  • cindy t. 3 years ago
    I use empty baby wipe containers for pens, binder clip, etc
  • Marilu K. 3 years ago
    we recycle the large plastic nut containers from costco to use with our grandkids multipiece sets (legos), hot wheels, marbles, etc.
  • Gloria W. 4 years ago
    I get so annoyed when eating a places where you clear and dispose of your own plate, they don't have a recycle bin. And in this place that I do eat at, they have a recycle bin but it's always filled with trash anyway. SHAME
  • Romaine S. 4 years ago
    I love to reuse plastic containers. It helps the environment and makes for great organization.
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