Where in sacramento california can I go and recycle my used windshields

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    We all have limited time and a limited amount of energy, so it’s important “not to sweat the small stuff”. This is a really important concept in ecology, because if you win the battle, but lose the whole war, so to speak, then overall, you lost.

    Probably what you want to do is use your time to consider how you can really make a difference. Start by looking at an article on “How to Reduce your Ecological Footprint”. If you can work on ANY of those things, and make some improvements, it would probably be MUCH better than recycling a few ounces of metal and rubber in a windshield wiper.

    A couple things make recycling windshield wipers unlikely — and you might consider the same things for other products.

    • There’s not very much material … they are small.
    • They aren’t used in great amounts, say compared to drink containers which are used in the 100s by a family every year.
    • They include metal and plastic — which need to be recycled differently.
    • It’s not clear what kind of plastic is might be — and plastics are usually sorted by type before they are recycled.
    • All kinds of road dirt is on it, and possibly other stuff that you’ve applied to your windshield, etc. Yuck. It’s dirty with unknown chemicals.

    When you start seeing those kinds of things, then suspect you’re looking at something where there’s almost no ecological return for your effort. Try finding new things you like to eat that don’t have so much meat. That’s going to make a BIG difference! (And you’ll find some great stuff!)

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