Those toxic cleaning products, ancient condiments, stale spices (they tend to lose flavor after six months), outdated electronics . . . Toss them all. Don't pour cleaning products down the drain – a big environmental no-no. Most cities have hazardous-waste-collection days; let them handle it safely. As for those landfill-clogging phones, laptops, and cameras, they can be recycled at many big-box retailers or via online services like buybacktech.com and yourenew.com.
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