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    Smile Paper recycling as a fundraiser

    One of the best ways to get rid of paper and help a non-profit is to dump your paper recycling into an Abitibi dumpster. The yellow and green dumpsters provide the participating non-profit money for the deposited paper. Many non-profits say they earn $50 a month for the donations of papers they receive. For more information search for Abitibi paper recycling.

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    All the schools and churches in my neighborhood have them. The elementary school closest to my house used to only have two. They were ALWAYS full long before it was time for them to be emptied. They have had FOUR for over a year now. They are ALWAYS full before pickup. That is the way it is at all the bins in the neighborhood. At least the paper in our area is heavily recycled.

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    Hi,
    Here's the link for those who are interested.
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