What are some good ways to recycle/reuse the large plastic bags dog and cat food comes it?
I used them to put recyclable junks such as bottle, tins, paper before sending to the recycle center. These are huge bags and so it takes quite some time to fill one up.
Other than that, I really couldn't think of.
we have a wood burning stove at my house. generally we fill the bags with fire wood and kindling. but they can be used for storing things in places where people dont see. like a workshop, a broom closet (it could hold wet mops to keep mold from getting in the floor) umm...they are fairly durable so they could temperarily hold things outside. it would be a good way to cary multch back and fourth from the truck to the garden if you don't like getting too dirty....ummm...i dont know. i'm just kinda winging it. that was good with the mulch tho if i say so myself....i hadnt thought of that yet. i think i'm going to have to use that next year. lol
yeah. i'm not really sure what else. sorry. hope i helped a little bit ^^
by Chloe 2 years ago
What do you do with plastic bags from retail stores?Do you throw them away or keep them? If you keep them what do you do with them? (Photo via Joe Naylor - Flickr - CC BY 2.0)
by Moon Willow Lake 7 years ago
Do you reuse your plastic bags, just throw them out, or prefer to not use plastic bags at all?If you reuse them, in what ways do you reuse them?
by collegedad 5 years ago
Do you recycle?We started recyling last year and just couldn't believe how much our household waste was reduced. A friend of mine runs the local landfill. He informed me that they now pay for most of their operation expenses through recycling. What are your thoughts? Do you recycle/reuse?
by Rambler1 6 years ago
I have often wondered this since recycling is so reported in the world as being important. Since visiting the local recycling drop off it seems few people actually recycle.
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