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Vicki Bushnell

Can I recycle my shredded paper?

If your company has its own shredder, do not place the shredded paper into the recycle bin. The paper fiber is too short after shredding to be of much use in the recycling process. If it goes through the system, most of it will end up as trash. Instead, see if someone in your office would like to take it home for their compost pile or worm bin. Paper adds carbon to a compost pile — something we often do not have enough of in our compost piles. Worms like it for bedding. If they get hungry, they’ll eat it. read more »

 

It’s Saturday afternoon and you are climbing over the stuff in the back room, wishing you had some storage space. If you knew what to do with everything, you’d clean it out.

The good news is, there are places for things to go and some convenient options for obtaining the information you seek.

Take the Internet. Day or night, you can go online to the Recycle and Disposal Lookup table maintained by the Kitsap County Solid Waste Division. read more »

 

It’s Saturday afternoon and you are climbing over the stuff in the back room, wishing you had some storage space. If you knew what to do with everything, you’d clean it out.

The good news is, there are places for things to go and some convenient options for obtaining the information you seek.

Take the Internet. Day or night, you can go online to the Recycle and Disposal Lookup table maintained by the Kitsap County Solid Waste Division at kitsapgov.com/sw. read more »

 
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