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Now that all the gifts are unwrapped, start the new year off right by recycling any old batteries you have. +Call2Recycle has a handy locator to help you find a spot nearby: www.call2recycle.org/locator
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'Tis the season to recycle your used batteries! Thanks for the reminder, +Call2Recycle! 
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If your local recycler doesn't take empty aerosol cans, get creative with this DIY activity -- indoor bowling, anyone? #CareToRecycle #RecyclingFamilyFun 

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Who knew how much energy you could save from recycling just one shampoo bottle? #CareToRecycle #RecyclingFacts
http://caretorecycle.com/post/151063957873/why-recycle-shampoo-bottles
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Lotion bottles often get thrown in the trash because people are confused about whether you can recycle them. Good news: You can! Just remove any pumps first, give the bottles a quick rinse, and place in the recycling bin. #CareToRecycle #RecyclingTips 

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Glass can be recycled over and over again with no loss in quality or purity — don't forget to recycle your glass! +Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries 
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Greening your business has the potential to reduce your cost. Packsize shares four ways your business can build sustainability into its shipping and logistics department. #sustainable #shipping #packaging

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Scrap commodities make a huge impact on the U.S. economy, in the thousands of jobs, millions of tons, and billions of dollars.
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Want to teach your kids how to recycle? Check out this list of fun family activities, including a visit to a recycling center and a musical upcycling project. #CareToRecycle

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How can you teach your kids what's recyclable in the home? Send them on a scavenger hunt with this activity sheet for families from #CareToRecycle, a program by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. 
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