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Posted on October 19, 2020 at 8:18 AM by Natalie Nebilak
Trick or treater’s amass a large amount of small candies in record time on Halloween. Unfortunately, many of these candies are wrapped in single use plastics which can end up littering the streets, gutters, and making their way into local waterways, beaches, and parks. When picking out Halloween treats, look for candies that are packaged in small paper/cardboard boxes or wrapped in foil which can both be recycled if they are "loose" in the recycle bin, and "clean" from any residue. Other non-candy treats are also an option, like spooky rubber pencil toppers and small fabric finger puppets and dolls.