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How to rinse your recyclables without wasting water

Writer Nick Douglas offers a candid take on just what consumers should do with recyclable products when they have finished using them.

June 19, 2018   by Nick Douglas @ Lifehacker

When it comes to recycling your just used product, Canadians, nay, North Americans are a loss at just what they should do next.

Do you rinse food waste from them by running it through the dishwasher; do you leave it because what the heck, it’s someone else’s problem; or do you leave it because you don’t want to waste water? What should you do to be a good global citizen?

Writer Nick Douglas for the on-line magazine Lifehacker offers up a quick and dirty look at just what we, as consumers, should do to maximize the environmental impact on recyclable goods.

Click HERE to read the full article.

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