Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?


Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Postado por Conceição - 2008/12/17 16:00
Noto uma grande preocupação em reciclar o lixo e confesso que acho isto muito importante para nós e nosso planeta, noto
porém, uma falta muito grande de locais de recolhimento, ou pelo menos eu não consigo obter esta informação com
muita facilidade. Moro na região Central, epecificamente na Santa Cecília e entrego meu lixo no supermercado Pão de
Açucar que está dificultando cada vez mais o recebimento, por motivos alheios a meu conhecimento (acho que
reclamação da vizinhança, etc...).
Algúem pode me informar endereços mais próximos?
Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Postado por Maria Rita - 2009/01/31 12:32
Aqui onde moro tb não há coleta seletiva... O que tenho feito é juntar separadamente o "lixo" (plástico, papéis >) em
sacos de 60 litros > Quando cheios, levo-os a um depósito de lixo (lixão-ferro velho). Não vendo, apenas entrego > Se no
caminho encontro um carroceiro, entrego a ele...
Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Postado por Conceição - 2009/02/01 16:48
Obrigada pela dica...abraços,
Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Postado por Maria Rita - 2009/02/01 16:54
por nada > assista o vídeo do youtube > marcas na areia >
Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Postado por edymerendino - 2009/02/09 08:16
Olá Conceição,
Um site que talvez possa ser útil é o Rota da Reciclagem: . Nele você digitando
seu endereço poderá verificar os locais mais próximos
que poderão receber seus materiais.
O site é uma iniciativa da Tetra Pak e a principio
mostra os pontos onde levar suas embalagens longa vida mas
normalmente quem coleta estas embalagens também coleta
outros materiais.
Até mais,
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Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Postado por maomaod - 2009/06/17 03:39
Perhaps your history teachers failed to alert you to these Civil War facts: Jefferson Davis nearly got mugged by an angry
female mob; Abraham Lincoln loved the Confederate anthem "Dixie," and Paul Revere was a Civil War casualty.
The Civil War, in addition to being among the defining moments of U.S. history, is also the source of some bizarre and
surprisingly cool trivia.
1. Lincoln's first solution to slavery was a fiasco
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Early in his presidency, Abe was convinced that white Americans would never accept black Americans. "You and we are
different races," the president told a committee of "colored" leaders in August 1862. "...But for your race among us there
could not be war...It is better for us both, therefore, to be separated."
Lincoln proposed voluntary emigration to Central America, seeing it as a more convenient destination than Liberia. This
idea didn't sit well with leaders like Frederick Douglass, who considered colonization to be "a safety valve...for white
Luckily for Douglass (and the country), colonization failed spectacularly. One of the first attempts was on ?le à Vache,
a.k.a. Cow Island, a small isle off the coast of Haiti.
The island was owned by land developer Bernard Kock, who claimed he had approved a black American colony with the
Haitian government.
No one bothered to call him on that claim.
Following a smallpox outbreak on the boat ride down, hundreds of black colonizers were abandoned on the island with
no housing prepared for them, as Kock had promised.
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To make matters worse, the soil on Cow Island was too poor for any serious agriculture. In January 1864, the Navy
rescued the survivors from the ripoff colony. Once ?le à Vache fell through, Lincoln never spoke of colonization again
2. Hungry ladies effectively mugged Jefferson Davis
The Confederacy's image hinged on the notion that the rebellious states made up a unified, stable nation.
However, the hard times of war exposed just how much disunity there was in Dixieland.
Civilians in both the North and South had to cope with scarcity and increased food prices, but the food situation was
especially bad in the South because outcomes on the battlefield were directly linked to the CSA's currency -- rising food
prices were hard enough to deal with without wild fluctuations in what the money in your pocket could buy.
Invading northern troops, of course, poured salt on the wounds of scarcity, burning crops and killing livestock. But in
Richmond, Virginia, those who couldn't afford the increasingly pricey food blamed the Confederate government. Hungry
protesters, most of whom were women, led a march "to see the governor" in April 1863 that quickly turned violent.
They overturned carts, smashed windows, and drew out Governor John Letcher and President Jefferson Davis.
Davis threw money at the protesters, trying to get them to clear out, but the violence continued. So, he threatened to
order the militia to open fire, which settled things down pretty quickly.
3. The Union used hot air balloons and submarines
The balloons, directed by aeronaut Thaddeus Lowe, were used to spot enemy soldiers and coordinate Federal troop
movements. During his first battlefield flight, at First Bull Run, Lowe landed behind Confederate lines, but he was rescued.
The Union Army Balloon Corps got no respect from military officials, and Lowe resigned when he was assigned to serve,
at a lower pay grade, under the director of the Army Corps of Engineers.
In all, the balloonists were active for a little under two years.
In contrast, the paddle-powered Alligator submarine saw exactly zero days of combat (which is why it can't officially be
called the U.S.S. Alligator).
It suffered from some early testing setbacks, but after some speed-boosting tweaks, it was dispatched for Port Royal,
South Carolina, with an eye towards aiding in the sack of Charleston. It was to be towed south by the U.S.S. Sumpter,
but it had to be cut loose off of North Carolina on April 2, 1863, when bad weather struck.
Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
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Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
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Re:Onde entregar meu lixo reciclado?
Postado por minhaarvore - 2009/12/31 08:24
tem supermercados que recebem lixo , pào de acucar e lojas tambem, recebem baterias de celular.
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