Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Signs - Recycle

Andy | Wednesday, September 24, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Of course, it is better not to waste food in the first place. We can all be more careful to only buy what we need and use up our leftovers. The food waste is collected weekly then transported to a facility where it will be composted. Each spring, the Region offers free compost to area residents as a thank you for diverting source separated organics and leaf and yard waste from landfill. I'm linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs.

16 comments:

  1. Its a sign that just tip a small piece of the iceberg but you have to start somewhere. Nice one Andy.

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  2. A good thing to compost all the garbage, many countries do so fortunately.

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  3. Ours goes off to a place that makes electicity from the waste

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  4. Our local food pantry accepts fresh garden produce from gardeners who wish to distribute their surplus. Interesting and odd sign slogan.

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  5. I could have eaten more of that apple, I'm sure.

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  6. Good program ... everything helps. Reduce reuse recycle (and compost).

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  7. It's amazing how much garbage we redirect from the dumps these days! Good one, Andy!

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  8. We're able to compost our own at home. Luckily we have the space to do this. I hate to think of how much our more "developed" countries waste.

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  9. I'm married to the "recycling queen." Very little trash is at our curb on Wednesdays. Tom The Backroads Trabeller

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  10. I'm sure this signage would make people think twice.

    My SIGNS, SIGNS

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  11. Great message and photograph. I wish we had a program like that in our area.

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  12. I am pretty good about depositing trash and recycling things, but apples? I often just toss the core into a field and let it provide nutrients for the soil or food for the rodents and birds.

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