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December 10, 2012


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I am glad to see people are still caring for our environment and recycling. Do you happen to know of where I can recycle appliances in Victoria BC?


Wendy Davis

Hi, thank you so much for this usefl information. I was wondering if you had any suggestions of places I could find more information regarding recycling audits in dubuque ?


Thank you! I know the aluminum can is 100 percent recyclable and can be used to make new beverage cans indefinitely.


This is a pretty cool idea. In fact, I think I'll suggest that to some recyclers in Edmonton in a couple weeks. Thanks.

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