Good Question: Why Doesn't MN Offer Refunds For Recycling Bottles & Cans?If you take a close look at your cans and plastic bottles, you will notice that some states offer money back when recyclables are returned to a store or collection location. So, why is Minnesota not one of those states?
Good Questions: Yogurt, Boat Wrap, WindEvery Friday, Heather Brown tackles some of our viewers' burning questions. This week, she'll tell you why yogurt gathers a bit of water on top, what happens to all those winter boat wraps, and why those springtime winds tend to die down at night.
Good Questions: Plastic Recycling, Mileage Signs, LEGO StructuresGood Questions: Plastic Recycling, Mileage Signs, LEGO structures
Good Question: Why Do We Use So Much Plastic?On Tuesday, California became the first state to ban single-use plastic bags like the ones used in Target and grocery stores across the country. The plastic bags will be phased out over the next two years, but people can still use them for vegetables and meats. Paper bags will cost 10 cents while reusable bags will be free to use.
Minn. Recycler Taking Old Holiday LightsIf you're one of many Minnesotans replacing traditional holiday lights with energy-efficient LEDs and wondering what to do with all those old jumbled cords, the answer might be at your local hardware store.
Program Allows Parents To Recycle Child Safety SeatsParents know how fast their kids grow. So when they grow up, what do you do with their old car seats?
Minnesotans Urged To Recycle Holiday LightsWhen it's time to take down those holiday decorations, you can recycle those lights that no longer work.
Minn. Cities Urge Recycling Of Old Holiday LightsThe City of New Ulm is helping residents dispose of one of the most under-recycled holiday products -- Christmas lights.