30 Aug '11, 5pm

Tree branches, shingles, shutters, siding, furniture & wood - How to #Recycle Storm Debris

Tree branches, shingles, shutters, siding, furniture & wood - How to #Recycle Storm Debris

Hurricane Irene has come and gone, but strong winds and heavy rainfall left significant property damage in the wake of the storm. If you’re one of many East Coasters facing a yard full of storm debris, there is plenty you can do to clean up the mess the eco-friendly way. Many towns and cities are offering curbside collection or open-call recycling days for storm debris (check your municipality’s website to see if this is offered in your area). But if your locality hasn’t made arrangements for recycling, that doesn’t mean all that junk in your yard has to wind up in a landfill. Check out our recycling solutions for five common types of storm debris, and you’ll soon be saying “Irene, who?” 1. Tree branches and yard waste Stock Photo Find your local recycling solution for yard waste Downed tree branches are the most common debris problems after a storm. But luckily for you, t...

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In the Cross-Hairs of the Storm

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recyclethis.co.uk 31 Aug '11, 3pm

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straitstimes.com 30 Aug '11, 4am

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greenbiz.com 31 Aug '11, 3pm

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mnn.com 04 Sep '11, 4pm

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earth911.com 06 Sep '11, 10am

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ecorazzi.com 26 Aug '11, 3pm

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projectaware.org 03 Sep '11, 4am

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care2.com 02 Sep '11, 2am

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Sorting For a Speedy Recovery From Irene

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earth911.com 05 Sep '11, 11am

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rafflesmuseum.wordpress.com 26 Aug '11, 8am

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earthobservatory.nasa.gov 01 Sep '11, 10pm

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Tropical Storm Talas [image] #NASA

Tropical Storm Talas [image] #NASA

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 02 Sep '11, 6pm

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