Live Green and Earn Points


  • diane S. 11 months ago
    Wow! Did not know all of this. Now I do.
  • Mohi K. 1 year ago
    learn a lot
  • ALEX R. 1 year ago
    Good info. I didn’t know a few things and there is always room for making our world a better place.

    I don't have a cat, but could you not use something like oil cloth in the bottom of the box? If you have several, you can wash them between litter changes. I could be totally off with this since I know NOTHING about little boxes.
  • Lija W. 2 years ago
    When I emailed my grocery store, this is the reply I received.

    Our locations accept clean and dry soft plastics in the plastic bag recycling bins. Some of the items we take are included below:

    • Plastic package from toilet paper, napkins, & paper towels

    • Overwrap from shipping cases

    • Ziploc and other re-sealable bags (without a hard zipper)

    • Bread & produce bags

    • Cereal bags (soft plastics only, the ones that do not come in a box also)

    • Dry cleaning bags/protective plastic

    • Newspaper sleeves

    • Ice bags, salt bags, wood pellet bags

  • Lija W. 2 years ago
    I emailed my local grocery store and asked them what exactly they accepted in the plastic recycling bins. They sent me back a very nice reply. So the best solution if you really want to do this, is to email your grocery store and ask them what they take.
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