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Make St. Patrick’s Day Even Greener With Smart Glass Use 25

By Recyclebank |
From planning ahead to alternative options for disposal, we’ll help you keep your footprint in check while celebrating.
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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.
If you’re planning a party with friends, it’s better to buy glass bottles than aluminum cans.
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Be green on this greenest of holidays: You can celebrate responsibly just by reducing your glass-waste impact. This short quiz will help you be mindful of your impact, and think ahead, so you can enjoy a lively holiday in a more sustainable way. 
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  • Kenneth W. 11 days ago
    Peace & love the environment
  • Rhonda K. 22 days ago
    Why don't they offer money for returning glass bottles, like they did for the old glass pop bottles?
  • BerNiece K. 24 days ago
    "Give a hoot, don't pollute!" as Woodsy Owl used to say. I've been recycling and upcycling before it was popular.
  • Jean G. 27 days ago
    We love our SodaStream & would recommend it any day to people! Just go easy (hubby got a kidney stone from going overboard when we first got it!)
  • Chris G. 28 days ago
    Our community doesn't recycle glass so aluminum is much better to use.
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