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Easy ways to create less waste and make your life more earth-friendly, every day.
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No room to park the car? Use this handy guide to restore order and make room for boxes, sports equipment, and more.
- Assess the clutter. Start by creating three categories: keep, donate, and toss. As you go through the items, assign each one to a category. If
you rarely use a piece, it’s probably a good candidate for the donate or toss pile.
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- Donate or toss. Contact local charities and arrange for a pickup of items to be donated; put the toss items out with the trash or recycling.
- Edit the keep pile. Sort the items you’re keeping into new categories, such as sporting equipment, power tools, etc. Assign each category a location: Sporting equipment, for example, might go in a wall cabinet or a bin in a corner; power tools might be hung on a system of hooks on a large piece of Peg-Board.
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