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One Simple Act Cast Sheet explains what is and what isn’t acceptable.
Reading the cover page tells you no need to bag your recyclables, just use the blue container.
Click on How to recycle correctly and there are the do’s and don’ts.
A few months ago we were told “no plastic bags” and many neighbors including my husband thought that meant not to “bag” the recyclables in plastic. I told them “no” plastic bags are not acceptable. We still need to take them to the grocery store. Now many grocery stores will not accept them. We are trying to shift our thinking to toting organic and reusable bags back and forth to the market. When we shop a the West Side Market, this is not a problem since we having bringing our own bags for 30+ years.
For some reason, we constantly walk out without them when going to Heinen’s. Now, we are being overrun by the many options of “what to buy” when we forget. I am hoping that soon, very soon we can remember them. The other option is to keep them in the car, but then the car will be overrun with “totes.
Again, here it is in black and white. Plastic bags & wrap, plastic toys outdoor furniture and PVC piping a re on the “don’t list.
But, not to the people of Cleveland. We just keep on paying.
Correct me if I am wrong. It is my understanding that Cleveland Public Power is owned by the public who buy electricity from the company. Therefore, Ms. Harper Hall ‘s assertion that taxpayer’s money is not used for the settlement may be technically correct, but the fact that Cleveland residents “own” the utility means that it is their money used to pay Mr. Tein. Just another pocket is used.
Tein agreed to a $250,000 settlement City Hall spokeswoman Maureen Harper Hall said. None of that money comes out of taxpayers pocket, she noted. It is paid by revenue generated by Cleveland Public Power.” Wednesday, 18 September 2013 Cleveland Plain Dealer Cleveland’s Settlement on trash plant stinks editorial Page E02
Read the whole editorial here.