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I got home last night to see that my hubby dutifully put out the recycling and the trash (Thursday is our second trash pick-up for the week). I was a little confused though. I couldn’t think of what trash there … Continue reading
A good recycler like myself should not purchase single-serve individually packaged anything. Yet, we have a Keurig coffee machine that uses single-serve coffee units called K-cups. We got the Keurig machine about two-years ago. Prior to that we used … Continue reading
There’s this great post on FoodandBeveragePackaging.com about how packaging is a key element in product branding. The author describes two elements to fast moving consumer goods packaging (like chips or soda): “the first moment of truth” (when you see … Continue reading
Yes you can recycle pantyhose. I had no idea. No nonsense will take back any brand of pantyhose. All you have to do is download a mailing label, box ’em up and ship ’em out. (Yeah, you have to pay … Continue reading