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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

We are all being told and trying our best to lessen the waste that comes from using plastic bags. Charging for supermarket bags may be a way of conserving the use of plastic but there is one type of bag that will always need to be brand new; that is your trusty plastic garbage bags. Whether it’s for your kitchen garbage can or for your outside container, there is no way that I know of to reuse these bags. Whether it’s the black ones or the white, whichever fits your trash can, they must be brand new.   On the other...

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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

April 22, 2021, marked over fifty years since the first celebration of Earth Day in 1970. Each person in every country wants to make a difference in the conservation of our planet. Among one of the paramount focuses of the safeguarding of our environment is the recycling of garbage. Certain types of materials can be reused, and it is of utmost importance for the citizens of this great earth to try their best to do so. Plastics are one of main products that are at the forefront of recycling. Most of us will try our best to separate our garbage...

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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

Opening the door of my house leading to my attached garage, I was dispirited when I noticed a couple of boxes and plastic shopping bags that I had put away in the winter to give away to the local thrift shop. As my electric garage door unlocked, I reveled in the gorgeous and sunny Wednesday morning. As the birds chirped enthusiastically, I placed the bags and boxes into my receptive trunk to take over to the thrift shop that day. Of course, I wanted to get rid of the items as quickly as possible so my car trunk would be...

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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

Strolling along a quiet suburban street is certainly a relaxing way to spend a Sunday afternoon in the spring. Sometimes you may get a good idea to fix up your own home while admiring the houses of other families. Interestingly, the simplest homes sometimes look neater than the fancier ones. This is because a big object for sore eyes is the protruding outdoor trash can.  Good and sturdy outdoor trash can liners do a great job in keeping the inside of the trash can clean. Lining your heavy-duty trash can with a complimenting heavy duty trash bag does the trick...

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Posted by Vivian McNeil on

The warmer weather has been trying to settle in for the past couple of weeks, and homeowners are beginning to feel that spring cleaning fever. One can hear leaf blowers in the air preparing the landscaping before the first blades of grass begin to bud. Others might just be a little more conscious of the items that are cluttering their home. But the one commonality we all have is that we are looking forward to the freshness of spring and want our homes to reflect that. With that being said, spring cleaning can be somewhat overwhelming especially for homeowners who...

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