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Pasadena and the Plastic Bag

Come join the Pasadena Planning and Development meeting this Tuesday, November 18th and hear about the Plastic Bag Reduction Plan. Whether you are a business owner in Pasadena or a resident who is interested in the community and environment of our city, learn more about Pasadena’s goal to reduce plastic waste.

Agenda – Special Meeting, Environmental Advisory Commission

November 18, 2008, 6:00 pm

City Hall Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, Room S249

100 N. Garfield Avenue, Pasadena 91101

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Thanks for helping us publicize this meeting.

Comment by Ann Erdman

Thanks Pasadena for putting the last nail in the coffin of my locally owned business.

Pasadena recycles plastic bags so what’s the problem? Oh yeah, we have to look like we’re environmentally conscious, so we’ll put the little stores out of business. Enjoy shopping at Target where they can afford heavy plastic bags. I’m closing up after Jan. 1.

Thanks a lot,

Mike

Comment by Mike

Pasadena DOES NOT recycle plastic bags; they in fact are not accepted by the recycling company and clog the works. If your business will die because you can’t use plastic bags, you have a crummy business. And since you are closing Jan 1, but there isn’t even a proposed rule yet, just an inquirey about how the public feels about it, guess you already drove the business into the ground yourself.

Sheesh!

Comment by Sheesh

You lie Sheesh:

From the City of Pasadena web site:

Recyclables – The Blue Lid

* Yes, you can recycle everything you used to recycle in the small blue bin
* Yes, you can include Styrofoam and plastic bags
* Please rinse out jars, cans, bottles, etc. that have food products
* No animal waste
* No yard waste
* No food or kitchen scraps
* No hazardous materials such as batteries, antifreeze, paint, etc.
* Motor oil pick-up by appointment only. Call 626-744-7168 24 hours in advance of your regular trash pick-up to schedule an appointment. You may put out up to 2 gallons of used motor oil per week. A reusable container for future use will be left curbside after your first pick-up.

Mike

Comment by Mike




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