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Many of you probably gathered that I’d talk about group fitness or maybe breakdown my vision board from the girl’s weekend! I beat that horse on a regular around these parks! Today for the party, I’m sharing something very near and dear to me.
My childhood best friend’s mother instilled in me these recycling habits and they stuck! Nothing irritates more than to see things being wasted. That’s exactly what we do when we don’t recycle…create waste! I recycle all kinds of stuff and I advise you do the same if you have access to recycling pick up in your neighborhood. All though, my best friend’s mom use to transport that stuff downtown herself! Anywho, Today I’m talking recycling in the pharmacy.
It’s a very easy process. I tried for a couple of years to figure out why major pharmaceutical companies weren’t recycling seeing as how they use up SOOOO much plastic from week to week. It boils down to a financial issue, so I’ve heard. It cost too much to pay a pick up company to come get the recyclables.
I HAVE THE SOLUTION! You can just call me the RECYCLE WOMAN!
- Check the stock bottles for a recycle number 1 or 2 on the bottom (mostly all have them except the brown bottles)
- If they fall into the appropriate recycle category, trash the top, trash the cotton & descant on the inside of the bottle, then toss it in the collection receptacle
- If you put drink bottles and cough syrup bottles in the receptacle, leave the top on (I have to go through those bottles to make sure no pills are left in them & I don’t need residual syrup and drink all over my hands please & thank you)!
HOW EASY WAS THAT?
So many people don’t do it. Clearly you see my collection from just 7 days of working and that is only probably about 35% of it because everyone doesn’t participate and I can’t force them. I definitely can’t collect on my off week, but just think if we all worked together. How much more responsible stewards would we be of the resources on earth?
I know this post was very specific with reference to audience, however I hope you got something out of one of my deepest passions. I’m sure you can apply the principles of recycling somewhere in your life. Thanks for reading it!
Yours in Healthy, Active, & Prosperous Lifestyles,
Rx Fitness Lady wants to know…
- What are your limitations to recycling?
- What are you passionate about?
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