I do but I don't generate a lot of trash since I live alone. I haven't put either bins out for a week or two sometimes.
most of the time. Especially when it comes to beer bottles, beer cans a and liquor bottles. Nice to go cash them in for a case.
we often have more recycling than garbage at my place with my roomates.
Last edited by mavric_ac; 04-28-2012 at 11:42 PM.
stay in drugs, eat school, and don't do vegetables
Beer & soda cans go back for deposit. Tough sometimes to time your visit to avoid the Mexicans or the homeless dudes with 3 black bags of cans . Oh well.
Always. One bin for trash, one for recyclables.
Except during undergrad, because the city didn't do it.
Last edited by Robstr; 04-29-2012 at 02:21 AM.
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We're forced too...
They make the trash bin so small and only pick it up every two weeks you pretty much have to recycle.
Other stuff like plastics
I also take glass to a bin not to far from the house and return bottles (glass and plastic) for the deposit.
I recycle everything I can. I save non-twist off beer bottles for refilling with home brew. Unfortunately my room mate that has trash and recycle duty is lazy as **** and sometimes forgets to take both out for a week, sometimes more, at a time. He is also wasteful so the garbage fills up fast.
It is crazy what Waste Management has done to me!
I cringe when I see someone put a can into the garbage can!
We have 1 20 gallon can for garbage, 1 96 gallon cart for recyclables and 1 96 gallon cart for yard/food waste. With the yard/food waste cart we are able to chuck most of our kitchen waste into it so we barely have any garbage. I can go close to 2 months without putting the garbage can out!
Our WM drivers are awesome and even put my cans/carts back up next to the house after they empty them!
I really wish everyone would update their location in their profile!
Someone buy my car already!!
Always looking for free firewood to feed my hungry wood stove!