CONCORD OFFERS the following environmental services and programs for residents. For a list of recyclable items and where to bring them, click here.
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If you're looking for a life revamp, check out the two Drop Off Swap Off days held each year by the Town of Concord to encourage residents to recycle unwanted household items.
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In about 85% of dry-cleaning shops, perchloroethylene (or “perc”) is used, a chemical that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) considers both a health and environmental hazard. So before you drop off that stack of shirts that will probably survive your delicate cycle anyway, learn more about the environmental impact of dry cleaning and about green dry cleaners: http://www.ucsusa.org/publications/greentips/do-green-dry-cleaners-exist...
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