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October 19, 2009


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Some municipalities also offer information on local resources. Oconomowoc is in Waukesha County, and our residents can visit our website for information on recycling items that cannot be put in your bin at www.waukeshacounty.gov/recycling

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Just for the record, I had a bad experience with SimplySouls. I did not get a "warm fuzzy" from my interaction with them, and I openly questioned their intentions. I spoke to a VP/marketing person about my concerns, and was quickly brushed-off. Maybe I was having a bad day, or maybe it was a bad time for them, but I would consider recycling with another firm. Just my two-cents anyway.

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Thank you for posting the article it gave me a new direction. There are times where I may receive shoes from my factory that are less than perfect but are not to sure what to do with them. Recycling seems to be the number 1 resolve for this issue. But I would really like to know the intentions of the companies collecting the shoes. I would like to make sure my companies contribution is being used in the right way

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There is a new way of recycling rubber. There is a place in Phila, pa. that is taking old tires, shoes and any old trash and making it into fuel. They power the plant with the steam that they produce. Supposedly they are going to open more plants soon.

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I have always loved giving old clothes and shoes away. Those items, although they arent important to you, can change the life of someone else.

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I agree to that. Giving away old clothes will not only help you organize your space but can also help those in need.

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I like the idea of recycling shoes and knowing that they'll be put to good use. However, I think it's important to be careful when buying shoes in the first place. It's better to buy shoes with natural materials and not to spend an exorbitant amount of money on them. Just my two cents.

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