12 April 2008

E-Waste Recycling

Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Chocolate Raspberry, Butter Pecan, Boysenberry, and New York Cheesecake.

All mints that are regularly priced $2.69-$2.99 are buy 3, get the 4th for free. No limit.

Tomorrow, our coke floats are on sale for $2.99 all day long (regularly $4.62).


Getting great deals while shopping is always fun, but we might have gone overboard last night at the grocery store. My wife and I went to Kroger yesterday and had a blast stacking coupons, getting the weekly deals, and using the store bonuses. The pantry is full, and we are going to eat well for the next few weeks. I felt like we had a very successful hunt.

Rick brought to my attention a note that he had received from the Texas Campaign for the Environment. It deals with recent legislation that was passed by both houses in the Texas legislature that will require producers to provide consumers with convenient and responsible recycling for electronic waste such as computers, monitors, TV's, game systems, etc. Currently, the vote on the new guidelines has been delayed to give the public a chance to voice they opinions.

This is a chance to do something positive for our environment. Write your representative and the state environmental agency to encourage strong requirements on producers to provide recycling options for electronic waste. Go here to find a quick letter formate that can signed and mailed. It is an easy way to help make a better tomorrow.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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