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What Grows Around Comes Around 55

From sustainable forestry to responsible disposal, take a closer look at paper’s lifecycle from start to finish.

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  • Erica D. 1 month ago
    I roll up newspaper and insert it into tall boots to store them for the winter so they don't get that half bend crease in them. Stuff the toes too so they don't cave in. Then recycle it in the spring in the bin.
  • mae k. 2 months ago
    Yes and let it flow.
  • ALICIA M. 2 months ago
    I love this program, find it a valuable tool
  • George Z. 3 months ago
    Can paper from a shredder e recycled?
  • Joseph B. 3 months ago
    We cut our names off mags and bring them to local hosp and nursing homes.
    • Hallie D. 1 month ago
      We do that here at my apartment complex. You bring them to the laundry room. The left side of the table is magazines and sometimes books. The right side of the table is free things like clothes, home decor, bedding and dishes, etc. You just leave items in good condition and take items that you can use. Saves folks money and recycles, too!
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