Its not a great long term solution for all of them, but I poke holes in the bottom and use them for plant starts for the garden. Maybe some pre-K and K classes could use them for bean starts...
--- On Sat, 11/29/08, Maggi <[address removed]> wrote:
> From: Maggi <[address removed]>
> Subject: [newurbanism-101] recycling
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Saturday, November 29, 2008, 11:14 AM
> Hi, groups!
> I hope you don't mind my taking advantage of these
> mailing lists. I ask only for info.
> Curbside recycling in San Diego does not accept carton-type
> plastic containers with a mouth wider than the base, but I
> regularly eat quart and pint-sized yogurt, cottage cheese,
> Trader Joe Bruschetta, etc. The containers have piled up,
> but I hate to throw them away, which will soon have to
> happen. Do you know of anything else to be done with these
> besides sending them to the landfill? I put out an offer at
> the school I work at (120 teachers) and got no takers. Got
> any suggestions or better yet, can you use them?
> Where the hell is Easy Street?
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