"Making CraigsList Work to Green Your Life"

"Making CraigsList Work to Green Your Life"


Hey, Elizabeth Seward in a really good article has some really good advice:

If you have free things and want to get rid of them without contributing to a landfill, Craigslist is the place to do it. If you want help scoring that perfect telecommuting job, Craigslist is the place to do it. If you want to find a space to host your charity event, a renter for the extra room in your house, a clown for your kid's birthday party who will also take out the recycling—Craigslist is the place to do it. This website can open green doors you may have never thought existed.

Also, there's some good caveats regarding real-life transactions that start online.



Jeffrey Levy

Yep. We're moving, so we've been using Craigslist to hand off a huge pile of stuff we no longer use.
Remember, reduce, reuse, then recycle. In that order. :)

Chris Dowell

I agree with this post. I have many people use FreeCycle to get rid of things. I turned them onto Craigslist and a few haven'tgone back to FreeCycle. Craigslist works!


Another great place to get rid of useful things you don't want going into the landfill is Freecycle.org
It operates through the Yahoo Groups network, so you have to find your location and then join the yahoo group. It's a really great resource.

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