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Wanna Improve Your Metal Habits?

We’re here to help! Take this quick quiz and score some ideas on how to lessen the environmental impact of your most common metals.

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The best way to lower your impact? Buy less stuff! It's effortless (and probably kinda obvious when you think about all the forgotten canned goods collecting dust in your pantry). But how do you do it? And what about when you do have to buy stuff—what then? This quiz reveals all!

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  • David And Lynnella H. 2 years ago
    Things like baby formula containers or similar tube canister like packaging I find myself contemplating too hard and long over. The bottom is a soft aluminum like metal, but the rest is strange like cardboard and metal? No triange. Help!!
  • Lisa W. 2 years ago
    I love this information, it should be posted everywhere online , in public waiting areas, restaurants, subway platforms and stations , billboards, etc. People need to wake up and realize the planet has about all it can take, We all need to do out part every single day to recycle materials and cut energy usage.
  • Sharon H. 2 years ago
    It’s a lot of ways to reuse these materials
  • Lawrence B. 2 years ago
    A cleaning tip for everyone; use white vinegar and a steel wool pad, to clean rush off your dogs metal watering bowl, instead of throwing it away and buying a new one.
    Most people don't know this cleaning tip, and it will clean your dogs stainless steel watering bowl just like new!
  • Thom S. 2 years ago
    You can use old cans as targets on the range, then you can recycle it afterwards.
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