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2 questions for you

1.  Megan,
Since you are on a reuse/recycle kick, do you know where I can recycle my nalgene type water bottle? I am switching to the much-publicized aluminum SIGG and want to get rid of my old plastic bottle in a nice way...

A -
This is a great question.  I don't know the answer,
let's pose it to the blogosphere...


2.  Can we make a market for this product?  I just bought one with a cute green handle, and I can totally imagine heading back to Whole Foods in a couple of months for new blades and finding that the company's gone out of business because no one was interested.


From the Recycline website:

"Preserve’s new triple blade razor brings high-performance to the environment-friendly razor product line. Preserve’s triple blades are polished and coated to give a close, comfortable and smooth shave. Our patent-pending handle is made from recycled materials and is completely recyclable*. Package is made from renewable wood sources and is reusable as a travel case. Replace the blade with Preserve Razor Triple replacement blades– just squeeze the arms, pop off the blade cartridge and press in a new blade!

  • Triple blades provide a smooth, close shave
  • Handle is made from 100% recycled plastic, including 65% of recycled Stonyfield Farm® yogurt cups
  • Innovative, one-piece handle design reduces resources consumed in manufacturing
  • Ergonomic handle with contours and gripping regions enhances performance and control
  • No animal testing

* Handle is completely recyclable in communities in with #5 plastics recycling or with Recycline's postage-paid mailer, available at stores or from Recycline."


Posted on Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 10:11PM by Registered CommenterMegan Metcalf in | CommentsPost a Comment | References2 References

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    Response: Ernesto
    In this blog we have pass through the tools which is sued in homes. The people can take them in their homes to fix the various things.
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