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Small Recycling Company Targets Businesses


Friday - August 26, 2011 at 07:52 am


How many times have you been to a restaurant or other business and seen plastic bottles, cardboard, aluminum cans, glass bottles just being thrown into the trash when they could have been kept out of our landfills and recycled instead?  In fact, it's hard to believe that in today's day and age, many businesses still feel their only choice is to pay, through monthly garbage hauling and container fees, to place their recyclable materials in the landfill.  But our next guest says there is another option.

Mike Switzer interviews Nancy Ogburn, founder of Tomato Palms, a recycling company for businesses, based in Columbia, SC.  www.tomatopalms.com

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