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Reuse and Recycle Tips Guide – Volume I

Reusing plastic jug for soup storageHi, do you have a clever way to recycle something at your house? My dad used to use baby food jars to hold nails and screws.

I just used a 32 oz. plastic container that held cashews to store leftover soup.

Does that help you visualize what I want to do?

I want to put together a FREE guide with your help to share tips like this with others.

It would be great if you could take a photo of the thing being reused.

Be sure you're signed up for my FREE Newsletter. Once the guide is completed, I announce it there.

Thanks!

Tim Carter
Founder - www.AsktheBuilder.com

 



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Tell the quick story about your Recycle and Reuse Tip. It's supposed to be ANYTHING around your house that you reuse or repurpose. Here's my example: The clear plastic container with the large screw-off lid that cashews come in, well after the cashews are gone, it makes a GREAT leftover food container.
 
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UPLOAD a nice color photo of your *thing* being used. In my case, it was a photo of bean soup in the cashew container. Make Sense? A photo is NOT REQUIRED, but it will sure make the guide look better.

 
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