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Free Recycling with MAIN
Closets stuffed? Garage overflowing?
Don't just throw it all out!
If you have just about anything of value that you don't need or want anymore, here is the place to get it to someone who can make good use of it!
Free Recycling is taking off in communities all over the country, as a neighborly way to reduce waste, reuse resources and help out others... while giving you back your long-lost storage space.
The rules are simple:
That is, nothing offered here may have a cost of any kind attached to it. (However, trades, barters and cash transactions are welcome in MAIN's "Classifieds" directory.)
It can be big like a car or small like a book. If you don't want it, post it here to find somebody who does!
The forum is divided up into geographic regions, since it will usually be people who live near each other who use this service. Click on your county link from the forum's home page to view items being offered, or to post your own item.
To post items, you'll need to register with your email address and agree to our legal disclaimer. When you post an offer, be sure to include contact information (such as an email address or phone number) where people interested in your item may contact you directly.
You do not need to register to view items being offered, but you should still visit the registration page to view the disclaimer.
Please note that MAIN does not take part in these private transactions in any way. If you see a posting that violates the rules, please report it via email here.
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