What to do with it when you're done with it
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A large part of a household s garbage is usually food and its packaging. Try to reduce packaging by buying in bulk and using refillable containers at local bulk/health food stores. Refuse excess packaging when you can. Use fresh food (from farmers market when in season) and buy only what you can use. When at the supermarket, choose locally grown produce whenever possible. Not only will you be getting fresher and tastier produce, you will be supporting local farmers and reducing the environmental impact when products are shipped from the southern U.S., Mexico and South America. Compost all your leftover organics (Link to compost-ables) either in a home composter, or in a community composting plan. Excess food can be donated to your local Food Bank. In future, instead of composting we will probably use community bio-digesters. More on bio-digesters here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biodigester


Disposal Options

Family Impact Center
Emergency Food Pantry - Clothing & Household items

Phone: (517) 223-4428
familyimpactcenter@yahoo.com

Gleaners Community Food Bank of Livingston
Emergency Food Requests

Phone:
ekarfonta@gcfb.org
http://www.gcfb.org

Shared Harvest
Emergency Food Pantry - By Appointment

Phone: (517) 548-3710

Tuthill Farm COMPOSTING
YARD WASTE, FALL LEAVES COMPOSTING

Phone: (248) 437-7354
SandraTuthill@yahoo.com
http://www.tuthillfarms.com/materialsaccepted.html