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 +*The Lion's Club[http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/content/vision_eyeglass_centers.shtml] re-distributes used eyeglasses. Can be dropped off at Lenscrafters[http://www.lenscrafters.com/] stores and other locations.
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== References == == References ==
''How to Recycle Anything'' by Amanda MacMillan, Prevention Magazine, April 2006 ''How to Recycle Anything'' by Amanda MacMillan, Prevention Magazine, April 2006

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Recycling is the third and last method of waste reduction after reduce and reuse and part of the workflow of every household.

Recycling by category

Computers

See: How to Recycle Used Computers at eHow.com

Cell phones

Printer cartridges

  • Staples and Office Depot accept used printer cartridges for recycling.

See:How to Recycle Laser and Ink-Jet Printer Cartridges at eHow.com

Items with mercury (old thermometers, some bug zappers)

  • Take to a hazardous waste facility.

Eyeglasses

  • The Lion's Club[1] re-distributes used eyeglasses. Can be dropped off at Lenscrafters[2] stores and other locations.

References

How to Recycle Anything by Amanda MacMillan, Prevention Magazine, April 2006

External links

State of California Waste Prevention and Recycling at Home

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