WATER PURIFICATION FILTERS
Recycle: Brita provides a free mail back program for their filters and other products to be recycled.
Dispose: Water filters are Non-Recyclable/Non-Compostable Waste (NRNC).
See “PAPER PRODUCTS”
Reuse: Wetsuits in working condition can be posted in a local online free and for sale group for pick-up or brought to the Take-It-or-Leave-It. Local thrift stores also accept donations of wetsuits.
Recycle: Suga recycles wetsuits into yoga mats.
Dispose: All textiles are currently Non-Recyclable/Non-Compostable Waste (NRNC).
Reuse: Habitat for Humanity collects working small and large appliances for reuse in their housing projects. Appliances in working condition can also be posted in a local online free and for sale group for pick-up or brought to the Take-It-or-Leave-It.
Recycle: Broken and unusable large and small appliances should be brought to the Scale House for drop-off instructions.
Dispose: Most wood is Non-Recyclable/Non-Compostable Waste. Use the Scale House for items and quantities over 40 lbs.
Recycle: Bring wooden pallets to the Scale House for drop-off instructions. Other clean, unpressurized, and unpainted natural wood can also be brought to the Scale House for drop-off instructions.