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What Have You Learned From Recyclebank? 5

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We want your feedback. Knowing what has helped you the most will help us give you the best Recyclebank experience that we can.

We’re always looking for ways to improve Recyclebank for you, our members. Now you have the opportunity to weigh in on what’s worked the best for you. It’ll help us work toward making your Recyclebank experience even better.

Thank you for sharing your feedback with us!

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  • Laura and Doug A. 24 days ago
    I am confused about how much rinsing/cleaning is necessary for recyclable food containers before putting them in the recycling bin. One thing I read on this site said that containers should be free of grease and have no food residue. Another thing I read said that a quick rinse was enough. Peanut butter jars are the big question mark for me here. A quick rinse hardly does anything to clean the jar. It would take soap, water, and a little scrubbing to get it clean. How clean does it have to be? If it needs to be washed well so that it doesn't contaminate other recyclables, then I will just be throwing those in the trash. It's too much time/trouble to wash them well. I hope you will address this issue in an article soon. Thanks!
  • Megan S. 29 days ago
    I recently joined, but I can already tell I love this site. It's not only helpful and educational, but a good reminder of the impact that being eco-friendly has. I try to be eco-friendly as much as possible and sites/articles/quizzes like these remind me of the importance being eco-friendly has on the world! Thank you!
  • Bonnie C. 1 month ago
    Site keeps telling me to confirm email address. Th email isn't in spam or in box. I have tried 5 times by hitting the resend button. Help please??!!
  • Deborah W. 1 month ago
    I have learned very much about recycling from this website. Thanks
  • Alan Y. 1 month ago
    I heard that individual containers do not matter as it is the collective community waste weight that determines one's points... My neighbors do nothing??
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