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September 18, 2011

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Costa Mesa Plumbing

Thanks for such useful reuse information provided here.I want some more reuse tricks and methods .I hope u will get back soon with relevant information ...

Rob

This sounds cool! Something like No Impact Man!

plumbing

Proper waste segregation is very important. Some papers and fabrics can be reuse.

recycling plastic products

Thanks for sharing this! As an owner of a plastics recycling company, I am an avid supporter of anything that is recycled. green planet!

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