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I live in a condo and we do not have recycling (yet) with our contracted garbage company. I refuse to throw out anything that is recyclable. Most bottles and paper I have no problem finding a place to recycle (the grocery store, even the Brown University campus, which has barrels for all sorts of recyclables). However, I have some larger things like milk and detergent bottles, as well as cans, that I can't find a place to recycle them. I would be happy if someone knew of a place in Providence where I could collect all my recyclable goods and drop them off maybe once a week or so. I would even do it for the whole condo association (there are only 5 residential units and an office) if it wasn't such a hassle now.

Thanks.

-Bob

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You could get recycling bins and just arrange to leave them in front of a neighbor's house. That's what we do at work.

You could also just dump the stuff in someone else's recycling bin on trash night.

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You could also just dump the stuff in someone else's recycling bin on trash night.

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People steal my recycling bins.. I'm down to a spot few for residents and none for me.. We use make-shift big tupperware like things to recycle.. Does anyone know where I can get these? Are they free?

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People steal my recycling bins.. I'm down to a spot few for residents and none for me.. We use make-shift big tupperware like things to recycle.. Does anyone know where I can get these? Are they free?

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I just throw my recyclables in the river. Gives something for the fish to play with.

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