Thursday, March 22, 2012

Rubbermaid 2 in 1 Recycler Bin Giveaway / Review $39.99 Value US and Canada Can Enter!

Welcome Spring!

I can't wait to start the task of Spring Cleaning around our house.  It makes me feel so refreshed and ready to turn over a new leaf.  One of our projects that have continued around our house no matter if the weather is nice and warm or cold and snowy is our quest to better the plant and reduce our carbon print.

My eight year old so is so passionate and diligent about making sure our recyclables are sorted and ready to be stored outside in large bins until our trip to the recycling center.  The challenge I have faced is finding room to conveniently store these items until they can make their way into the outside larger bins. 

Rubbermaid has solved this problem and has even made my 3 year old want to participate in the daily recycling routine!  Thank you Rubbermaid for sending us out one of your new Recycling products for Review and a Giveaway!! .......
Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler makes recycling easy and exciting!

This two-unit bin allows you to either contain trash and recyclables all in one location or sort recyclables.   We are using ours to sort our cans from papers.

The top unit is perfect for collecting recyclables and has a fold away handle that makes it easy to take out and empty into your recycling bin. This top unit fits nicly on top of the lower bin and stays in place.  I love that the lid easily comes off for simple transport by the green handle to our larger outdoor bin.

The lower bin tilts out for easy access by gently stepping on the lower gray lip that rests on the floor.  My three year old gets such a charge out of this feature.  The bin holds an 8 gallon trash bag in place with the Liner Lock system.  The idea of the liner is perfect as sometimes our rinsed cans tend to still be wet. The lower bin quickly sides out from the unit for easy placement of the trash bag.

So who would like to win a Rubbermaid 2 in 1 Recycler Bin?  Raise your hand....

Enter for your chance to win below and Happy Recycling.

Disclaimer: Rubbermaid provided me with a free
sample of their product to review/giveaway, and I was under no obligation to review it if
I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or
sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

167 comments:

  1. Not sure I understand the question but I would use it for plastic bottles and cans

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  2. Bottles and cans

    I also like their tupperware!

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  3. Cans and plastic, those are so hard to store till you take them to the recycle place GREAT

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  4. I also love their food storage tupperware and their outdoor bins

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  5. cans, milk jugs, and plastic bottles

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  6. paper and plastic or glass and plastic

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  7. cans and plastic container/bottles

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  8. Love this Container, never seen one before. Naturally I would put any recyclables in. Jars, cans,rinsed milk cartons.
    I love this concept. I would more then likely , if I win, see which recycle items I use the most and use it for that. Thanks:)

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  9. I would put bottles and cans in the bin

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  10. We have so much paper every week, I'd love this bin!

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  11. I also like the Rubbermaid corner shelf

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  12. I would put in plastic containers!

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  13. I think the easier question is what Rubbermaid products DON'T I like ... hehe...The brand is fabulous

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  14. All plastic, glass, cans and blottles

    Wanda McHenry
    wbailey113@hotmail.com

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  15. cans and bottles
    reneetaylor at sympatico dot ca

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  16. soda cans and plastic bags
    jspeachyn5 at hotmail

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  17. Newspapers and pop cans.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  18. Pop cans and plastics! Awesome!

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  19. I recycle plastic, glass, cans and paper

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  20. I like their new mop the rubbermaid flexible sweeper I just bought it and it works great

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  21. I'd put paper on one side and cans/bottles on the other, just like they go into the recycling bin

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  22. I love most rubbermaid products, but their buckets are great

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  23. I would use the recycling bin for cans, plastic bottles and containers. :)

    vgsaxon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  24. JR Pickett (Vicki Vix on r/c form)March 23, 2012 at 2:00 AM

    We have mixed recyclying so it would hold paper, cans, glass, foil...everything I can recycle. Great giveaway. Thanks.
    fromfurrin at gmail dot com

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  25. I would use it for paper,cardboard, plastic, and cans


    Jeana O'donnell-Murphy

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  26. everything... we recycle everything

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  27. I would use it to recycle paper, cardboard, plastic, glass and aluminum cans!
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  28. I found you through the Lucky Clover Hop :)
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  29. I love my Rubbermaid Cake Container!
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  30. Cans, always save the pop cans, and plastic bags.

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  31. Entering another one of your giveaways.

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  32. I would use the bin for bottles, cans, and glass recyclables.

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  33. Plastics and aluminum....we are lucky our township collects many types of plastics now!

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  34. Cans and bottles (plastic, glass, etc.)

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  35. Found this giveaway by entering another.

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  36. bottles and paper products.

    leannemacg at gmail.com

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  37. I'd use it for our plastics, glass, and paper

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  38. Love this! We would use it for our glass, paper, plastic and aluminum cans.

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  39. This is fantastic, I would use it for my plastics and cans, thanks so much.

    karenb834atyahoo.com

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  40. I would use it for plastic, cans, bottles and paper.

    tinalee351 at gmail dot com

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  41. I like Rubbermaid containers especially their storage bins.

    tinalee351 at gmail dot com

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  42. The Cabinet Organizer looks like it would free up a lot of space in my kitchen cabinets....I really like that idea.

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  43. I like Rubbermaid's storage containers.

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  44. Returnables on top, cans and plastics on the bottom.

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  45. I'd put soda cans and bottles in it
    mrbuyouatgmaildotcom

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  46. Rubbermaid is a great brand they out last any other but I do like the Premier food storage containers
    mrbuyouatgmaildotcom

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  47. I'd probably use it for cans and newspaper.

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  48. I also like the Sports Station.

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  49. My town only needs things seperated in to paper, and then plastics, glass, and cans in another bag so this is perfect for me. Two bins and two categories of recyclables.

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  50. Glass, aluminum, steel cans.

    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

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  51. I like a lot of Rubbermaid products--need a couple of the storage bins right now.

    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

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  52. I like the 6pc. Bento Set in Paprika.

    vgsaxon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  53. I would use it for cans/bottles and newspapers/Cardboard

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  54. I like their new LunchBlox Sandwich Kit!

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  55. I'd use this for recycling newspaper and glass.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  56. I like their Bento Boxes in paprika!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  57. I would use it for bottles and cans we have a lot of these here

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  58. I love all there storage containers

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  59. I move a lot and use Rubbermaid tubs for storing things. Thanks.

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  60. I would put plastic and metal recyclables in the bin

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  61. I need to get organized. The Rubbermaid Adjustable Over the Door Organizer would really help me.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  62. We can recycle everything except glass here, so everything except glass would go into my recycler (if I am lucky enough to win it)!
    kitty32504 at cox dot net

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  63. I also LOVE the Slide Out Lid & Pan Organizer! I'm SO tired of having to dig for my lids all the time!

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  64. JR Pickett (Vicki Vix on r/c form)April 7, 2012 at 5:57 PM

    I also like the Specialty Storage Flex Totes from Rubbermaid. They would be extremely handy for storing summer/winter clothes, blankets, etc. Thanks for a neat giveaway.
    fromfurrin at gmail dot com

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  65. I would use it for bottles; cans; jugs; paper. users20@rocketmail.com

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  66. I like the Lunchblox Sandwich Kits.

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  67. I would use it for bottles and cans.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  68. I like to buy in bulk at Sam's so I like their bulk food storage containers.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  69. I would use it for cans, bottles and papers :)

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  70. I would use it for our can and paper recyclables. Currently I just use a paper box so this would be much better.
    jentam777 at gmail dot com

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  71. I would put cans and glass in this.
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  72. Burnables would go in the bottom & cans in the top.
    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  73. Plastic bottles and boxes!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  74. I would use this for plastic jars, glass and cans.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  75. paper and bottles... there are hardly enough cans in the house except for canned goods and those all fit in a plastic bag on the side :)

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  76. I'd use it to sort cans and bottles from paper. I love that it's black and so nicely designed!

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  77. I like their Car Organizer Back Seat Tray too...perfect for day trips with the kids.

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  78. I would separate my plastics and glass.

    jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  79. I think I'd use it for paper since we have the most of that. Then I'd have to wait and see if that will work

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  80. I like their storage bins- they're great for organizing toys and stuff

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  81. Plastic, it's a little too small for the amount of cardboard that we recycle.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  82. Aluminum cans and plastic bags.
    cp1935@oppcatv.com

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  83. Our current system is two old ratty, mismatched plastic bins under the sink. However, our new kitchen remodel no longer holds them. This is the perfect solution for our plastic/glass and paper recycling!

    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com
    http://journeysofthezoo.blogspot.ca

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  84. LOVE their flex totes!

    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com
    http://journeysofthezoo.blogspot.ca

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  85. I would use it for cans
    Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

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  86. I would put alumium cans, plastic bottles, and newspapers
    Susan Chester

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  87. I would use it for cans and plastic bottles from beverages.

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  88. I like the kitchen sink sponge caddy. It’s simple, but I could really use it in my kitchen!

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  89. I would recycle cans, bottles, and plastic.

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  90. I like Rubbermaid food storage containers.

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  91. Plastics, cans, glass bottles, paper and cardboard.

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  92. plastic bottles and cans are what would be put in this recycling bin if I won!

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  93. We'd recycle paper, cardboard, cans and bottles.

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  94. aluminum cans and plastic

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  95. I would use it for glass, paper and cans. Rafflecopter: happi shopr

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  96. I love the Glass Containers with Easy Lids.

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  97. We go through a lot of bottles and cans - they'd go right in.
    Thanks!

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  98. * Mandatory Entry - What recycling items would place the Rubbermaid 2 in 1 Recycler Bin for if you won? *Leave a Blog Post Comment*

    paper

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  99. I would use it for cans and bottles.

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  100. I would recycle my cans and bottles in it

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  101. I would use it for plastic and newspapers.

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  102. I really like Rubbermaid food storage containers.

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  103. Aluminum and plastic

    Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

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  104. plastic bottles, cans, glass

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  105. i also like their glass containers

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  106. aluminum cans, magazines, newspapers, plastic bottles

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  107. Cans and plastic bottles

    tannerboyle12@hotmail.com

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  108. Plastics and paper, we have a huge separate bin for cans!

    amandadixon21@gmail.com

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  109. newspaper on top and cans on the bottom
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  110. I ,like the bento boxes
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  111. I love rubbermaid storage containers
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  112. Aluminum, glass, plastic, and paper

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  113. cans and plastic

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  114. I would use it for aluminum and plastic.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

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  115. Plastic drink bottles & cans, milk jugs, etc.

    Tim Moss, yupbucket@hotmail.com

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  116. I'd use it primarily for beverage containers.

    unclebonald at gmail dot com

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  117. pediasure bottles
    FB: Toni Marie Caravello
    reannenny at aol.com
    Twitter: Tonic67
    Google: toni caravello or reannenny

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  118. i like bento boxes

    FB: Toni Marie Caravello
    reannenny at aol.com
    Twitter: Tonic67
    Google: toni caravello or reannenny

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  119. I would use it for plastics and newspapers.

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  120. I would put soda and juice bottles and cans in it. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  121. plastic and cans

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  122. Cans and plastic
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

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  123. I like the kitchen containers for leftovers
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

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  124. I would put in metal cans and glass trash.

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  125. Cans, glass jars, cardboard, and recyclable plastic!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  126. I like their Bento boxes!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  127. Cans and plastic.
    Michedt at yahoo dot com

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  128. I really like the Bento in paprika. I'd love to have a set for my home.

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  129. I would use it for beverage containers (plastic and cans).

    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  130. I like the Rubbermaid Shoe Shelf for the closet. I also like the Bento boxes.

    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  131. Paper and plastic would go in my recycler
    cleaningrhouse at yahoo dot com

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  132. I love the rubbermaid laundry baskets too!
    cleaningrhouse at yahoo dot com

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  133. water bottles and cans


    trippyjanet at gmail dot com

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  134. I would use it for cans and plastic wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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  135. It would make separating plastics and cardboard so much easier
    lovefool827 (at) yahoo (dotcom)

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  136. I like their lunchblox system wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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  137. Cardboard and paper products

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  138. plastics, metal food cans, newspaper etc

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  139. cans & paper.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  140. bottles and paper.

    daveshir2005@yahoo.com

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  141. I have tons of magazines and catalogs that can start off the top, then cans and bottles for the bottom.
    heatherpooh (hotmail)

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  142. Cans and plastic bottles, especially milk containers take up so much space.

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