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At 11:28pm on January 8, 2013, Abigail King (Frost-King) said…
Dear Ron,
Thank you for your dedication to better waterways. The health of people was always at the heart of your work. May you forever walk with God.

Rest in Peace, Love and Light,
Abby
At 10:00pm on September 3, 2009, Roger Wehage said…
Hi Ron,

We are about to break ground on a 2400 square foot subterranean Passive Annual Heat Storage house. Davis Caves will do the construction. Your advice in the past was helpful. We'll let you know how things go.

Roger
At 1:38pm on June 4, 2008, Brent Ladd said…
Hee Hee, matches are not included, but always a good thing to add to your kit!
I will put one together for you and drop it by your Laf. office sometime.
At 4:26pm on June 3, 2008, Brent Ladd said…
Hey Ron!

Well, I haven't been doing the primitive living as much lately, but always good to start fires (actual and metaphorically). i actually have quite a lot of fire making materials collected....if you are in need of a fire by friction kit let me know! I think it would be very cool to do a primitive float trip where one would camp along the way doing up fire and food the oldway.

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Hey! Does the recycle symbol on a package mean that it is made from recycled materials or that I can recycle it?

Carin

Hey Carin!

The answer is yes. The recycle symbol means both of those things.

Marketers are using the symbol more and more now, which can be misleading. [...]

Who moved my bin?

Renee,

I’ve used the recycling bins located in the parking lot of Sam’s Club on 86th Street for several years. I went to drop off recycling this morning, and all the bins were gone. Can you tell me if they’ve been relocated, and if so, where?

Thanks,

Patricia

Patricia,

I [...]

Recycle, don’t recharge

Where do you recycle just plain old, regular alkaline batteries?

Jeff

Hi Jeff, happy to answer your question, free of charge!

Interstate Batteries has eight locations in Indiana that will accept all types of batteries for recycling. Their web site claims that they actually recycle more batteries than they sell!

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