Recycle, Renew, Repair
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Earth Friendly Recycling, a company in Vancouver, ensures used electronics stay out of landfills throug h refurbishing and shredding old devices. Eric Howell began the family business in 2011 to … more
For the last 32 years, Brooke Nielsen has given gently worn clothing a new purpose at Kidz Cloz consignment store in Battle Ground. Nielsen keeps usable clothing out of landfills and saves … more
Clark County’s Solid Waste Education and Outreach team encourages the community to celebrate this holiday season by taking steps to reduce waste and properly dispose of items that cannot go in … more
This holiday season, Clark County Public Health encourages residents to safely dispose of batteries, and doing so just got easier. Several retail stores across Clark County are now accepting … more
Columbia Springs’ program Repair Clark County  has been paused indefinitely beginning Aug. 11  after not receiving a state grant to help fund their efforts. Columbia Springs Executive … more
M etal Art Fever makes its steel creations out of the Amboy area and is a majority family-owned and operated business. The business, which specializes in handcrafted metal decorations for the … more
With March in the rearview, April showers will soon lead to May flowers and the perfect time to kick off one’s spring cleaning season. For those who want to properly get rid of items prior … more
The holidays typically feature large dinners, lots of gift giving and memories that last a lifetime. But along with those memories, there is usually a fair degree of waste left over as well.  … more
Rare Earth Decor, a gift shop in Ridgefield, sells a number of unique items that include trinkets crafted out of recycled glass from Indonesia and metal sculptures from various parts of the United … more
Dan Cain, the owner of Clark County-based Junk Management, uses his expertise to turn one person’s trash into a treasure for others. His business salvages junk from people’s property … more
Repair Clark County will hold in-person events where people can sharpen blades and gardening tools at Pomeroy Farm. The events are limited to 16 participants, stated a news release. They will be held … more
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