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Ciscoe Morris gets a surprise household hazardous waste inspection. What do they find?

A surprise visit to an organic gardener’s home reveals some surprising places where household hazardous waste can be found! Find out how to identify household products that would need to be disposed as hazardous waste when no longer wanted — and where to take them for safe disposal. 11 more words

Recycling in the Neighborhood

In DC, we all have available curbside recycling collection in the blue bins provided by the city. You can click here for a list of basic items that can be recycled, as well as the day your recycling will be collected. 102 more words

Blue Bins

Homes calendar for the week of Sept. 6 to 12

This weekend

Studio tour: Walk, bike or drive through the western part of the urban core on the West End Studio Tour Saturday and Sunday and again Sept. 241 more words

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Homes calendar for the week of Aug. 30 to Sept. 5

Next weekend

Waste depot: Get rid of your household hazardous waste at a one-day drop-off organized by the city. The next one is from 8 a.m. 230 more words

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Homes calendar for the week of Aug. 23 to 29

This weekend

Antiques & more: Head to the fairgrounds in picturesque Merrickville this weekend, where 75 vendors will offer a range of antiques and artisan pieces. 252 more words

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Homes calendar for the week of Aug. 16 to 22

This weekend

Furniture finds: It’s the final weekend for the Habitat for Humanity NCR pop-up sale, featuring solid wood furniture at a fraction of the retail price donated by Minto from its former Minto Suites Hotel. 319 more words

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Where can old nail polishes go, instead of trash?

Real Simple, one of my favorite magazines, had a blurb in its June issue about how to properly toss old bottles of nail polish. They shouldn’t just be thrown in the trash, because they include chemicals that can seep into the water table and contaminate it. 104 more words

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