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If I Put it in the Curbside Bin, It Must Be Recyclable by Pam Patsch | Simply Living

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This is the full article on recycling written by Pam Patsch. A shorter version appeared in the August 2014 Simply News. This engaging article includes a Recycling Quiz to test your knowledge about items than can and cannot be recycled in Columbus. Then Pam also includes a list of items that Rumpke will accept as well as those that cannot be recycled (yet).  Pam is not satisfied with the list of items that the city will not accept, so she lists resources that can take hard to recycle items like styrofoam, prescription meds, plastic plant containers, stuffed animals, and more.

Source: If I Put it in the Curbside Bin, It Must Be Recyclable by Pam Patsch | Simply Living

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