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The best place to take magazines is anywhere that will recycle them!

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Renee,

Can you tell me the best place to take magazines? I have a fairly large number — about a hundred.


Anonymous


Anonymous,

The best place to take magazines is anywhere that will recycle them! You know I love RecycleForce and curbside recycling (Ray’s, Republic, Best Way, Rumpke, or whoever provides the service in your area). You can also put them in city drop-off containers or take them to any other paper recycler.

Piece out,

Renee

(NOTE: This missive appeared in the July 22, 2015 issue of NUVO.)

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