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The holidays mark days of family, friends, gift-giving and reflecting on all of the wonderful things we have in our lives. One of these things is an overabundance of food.

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Do you have political campaign signs in your yard? The ballots are in and election season is over – which means it’s time remove those signs. In fact, many cities have ordinances requiring political sign removal within seven to ten days after an election.

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Numerous reports of vandalism to trash carts and mailboxes have been reported to Borden Waste-Away as well as to the Elkhart County sheriff's department.  Carts smashed into mailboxes, overturned carts with the contents spilled all over yards, and even missing carts are among the reports that have been taken.

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Since when has talking trash really paid off for you?  Since now!  With Borden Waste-Away’s new Talkin’ Trash referral program, it can pay your trash bill!  Our new referral program is so easy you can’t help but get free trash service.  Simply tell all of your family, friends, neighbors, people on the street, in the grocery line, (you get the idea) about your competitive prices and great service with Borden Waste-Away Service and encourage them to sign up.  When they do, you BOTH get a month of service FREE!  What could be easier?

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It is unbelievable how much trash Americans generate through the course of a week.  Estimates are that “1,600 pounds is the amount of trash the average American produces annually. With the garbage produced in America alone, you could form a line of filled-up garbage trucks that would reach the moon”.*  As astonishing as this number is, it’s just the tip of the iceberg since today’s fast-paced culture perpetuates the problem with readily available, pre-packaged everything!  In fact, speaking of packaging, “72 million tons of containers and packaging in 2009 ended up in the U.S. municipal solid waste stream or MSW. Packaging makes up 30 percent of America's trash — the largest portion of MSW generated”.*  Packaging....or rather over-packaging, seems to be an even more difficult problem when several types of packaging are not even recyclable by conventional means.

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