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What do you do to cut down on waste?

Posted on 2/01/10 at 8:39 PM By BISSELL | 78 Replies

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Yvonne McGowan

San Antonio, TX

115 Community Rewards Points
We compost our food scraps, except meat.  I try to donate my cans, reuseable jars and magazines to the school or the nursing home for crafts.  We recycle whenever possible and try to get rid of extra 'stuff' at least yearly.  But I always try to donate anything that could be reused.   Oh and we use recycled grocery bags. If we do have plastic bags, we recycle them as often as possible.
Posted on 9/18/11 at 10:26 PM

Jesse Simon

Panama City Beach, FL

302 Community Rewards Points
Well there is no simple way to cut down on waste, but I will say recycling is the best thing going and thats about it.
Posted on 8/30/11 at 4:03 AM


Hugo, OK

269 Community Rewards Points
Recycle items that can be used for kid crafts.
Posted on 8/29/11 at 5:16 PM

stephanie lewis

los angeles, CA

163 Community Rewards Points
I belive that just  by using the Steam Mop, I am helping the plane,t by cutting down on waste and water pollution. I am also helping to save the Rain Forest by not using the paper wipes that you must constantly purchase when you are using other stick mops.I am helping to cut down on water pollution by not using harsh detergents and other products that could potentially add to the Algae Bloom problem  and other assorted marine pollution problems. I also use cloth bags instead of plastic and I use eraser sponges with no chemical detergents to clean sink, bathtub and other surfaces.
Posted on 8/01/11 at 2:05 AM

jennifer huerta

Fresno, CA

143 Community Rewards Points

recycling makes a different
Posted on 7/29/11 at 10:33 PM

jennifer huerta

Fresno, CA

143 Community Rewards Points

oh and dont forget to recycle theres so many things u can recycle if u dont need it;)

Posted on 7/29/11 at 10:31 PM

jennifer huerta

Fresno, CA

143 Community Rewards Points

maybe try to use less grocery bags and people may stop drinking water from the fusit but thats dirty water so i wouldnt stop drinking water bottles

Posted on 7/29/11 at 10:30 PM

stefanie arents

Spring Valley, CA

204 Community Rewards Points

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Posted on 5/31/11 at 8:52 AM

Jennifer Isbell

Bessemer, AL

237 Community Rewards Points

We use tote bags instead of plastic grocery bags as much as possible.  When we do get plastic bags, we use them for small trash can liners. 

When we get a plastic bottle soda or water, we reuse them for drinks for playing or working outside.

Posted on 4/03/11 at 2:24 PM


Denison, TX

92 Community Rewards Points
Recycle butter dishes for leftovers and food for friends.  Cloth bags instead of plastic for shopping.  Cardboard paper rolls from toilet tissue use for electric cord organizing.  Great for curling irons & flat irons.  Old socks for dusting, old tee shirts for cleaning & waxing your cars.  Refill a reuseable bottle for water.  Keep old bread ties for tying up partial used frozen vegetable bags.  Use old prescription bottles to hold small items such as loose sewing needles, buttons, push pins, rubber bands, etc.
Posted on 3/28/11 at 2:33 PM
Located on the white label above, usually on the back of the machine.

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