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Taking out the Trash / Garbage / Recycling
 
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There is a trash bin and a recycle bin in the kitchen. If either is full, please take out the trash.
  
There are garbage bags of the correct size, which are clear and Kirkland branded. Rachel moved them to the cabinet to the left of the kitchen sink, and put up a lot of labels (also posted How To Take Out The Trash on the wall by the trash cans).
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There are garbage bags of the correct size, which are clear and Kirkland branded. They are in the cabinet to the left of the kitchen sink. There should be signage "How To Take Out The Trash" on the wall by the trash cans.
  
 
Tie a small knot after folding the top over the edge of the garbage can and they won't fall in.
 
Tie a small knot after folding the top over the edge of the garbage can and they won't fall in.
 
  
 
If the bin is full, stand outside for a few minutes and flag down someone with a shopping cart collecting cans and bottles. They'll happily relocate your recyclables to a center.
 
If the bin is full, stand outside for a few minutes and flag down someone with a shopping cart collecting cans and bottles. They'll happily relocate your recyclables to a center.

Revision as of 17:40, 26 May 2009

Taking out the Trash / Garbage / Recycling

There is a trash bin and a recycle bin in the kitchen. If either is full, please take out the trash.

There are garbage bags of the correct size, which are clear and Kirkland branded. They are in the cabinet to the left of the kitchen sink. There should be signage "How To Take Out The Trash" on the wall by the trash cans.

Tie a small knot after folding the top over the edge of the garbage can and they won't fall in.

If the bin is full, stand outside for a few minutes and flag down someone with a shopping cart collecting cans and bottles. They'll happily relocate your recyclables to a center.