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05-24-2012 11:19 PM

1. Segregate garbage by making two dedicated garbage cans. Label one with biodegradable and non-biodegradable.
2. Implement first in and first out to reduce wastage, additionally; implement HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point)
3. Use paper bags instead of plastic bags
4. Compost biodegradable trash for use as fertilizer.
5. Use some reliable garbage collection service such asĀ rubbish container in burnaby

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08-29-2012 04:44 PM

Done and done! It is never too late to do our share for Mother Earth.

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09-23-2014 08:15 AM

It does look simple reading these steps to take when performing waste removal. However, it is not all the time that people would take the effort, though so little, to follow these step-by-step guides each time they take out the trash. Therefore, it is really important for individuals to have that mentality in them to want to help save Mother Nature. Once we have that thought, we will automatically do it each and every time without having to read from a list because it becomes a habit.

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10-28-2014 04:14 AM

To reduce, reuse and recycle, it genuinely requires interest, effort and perseverance. Even though the amount of work is not that great, some people simply cannot be bothered to do it. A group of people would prefer to dispose off their waste products, a group of others would give them away, and only a small group would recycle. Things like newspaper, moving boxes, plastic bags are just some examples which we can consider reusing or recycling to reduce wastes as much as possible.

-- Marcio Wilges @ http://www.platinumremovals.com.au/

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11-13-2014 01:40 PM

Thank you, Johnny!
I use textile bags instead of plastic bags :)

-- Jane Andersen, http://carpetcleanersoxford.com/

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11-19-2014 12:56 PM

Where I live, we have a tax for store provided bags, it is 5 cents. This tax. we told were when they passed it, 3-4 cents of every 5 was to go to fixing the Chesapeake Bay. The end result, 5 cents of every 5 cents goes to the General Fund.

-- Love woodworking and fixing most anything

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