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And that’s perfect for me. I can avoid throwing away coffee grinds, avoid buying fertilizer at the store, and take in trash from other places 슈퍼버니맨 무료 다운로드. The local coffee shops throw away their grinds unless someone asks for them. And the baristas love handing them over because it means they don’t have to take out the trash 레밍즈 게임.
It’s just one part of zero waste but it shows how easy it can be. Not to mention money saving – no more fertilizer – and helpful for the community 텝스 기출 문제 다운로드. Can you believe I’m reducing the trash that Starbucks creates?