It's that time of year where a lot of us are decluttering our lives from the holidays and clearing out the trash. However, here are three items you may not of realized you aren't allowed to simply throw away, in Maine.
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Okay, Okay, I suppose there should be a little explanation as to why there is a circulating article that has to do with 'preowned panties' and Maine Goodwill stores...
Did you know gifting marijuana is legal in Maine?
Dennis Meehan, owner of Summit Medical Marijuana, a medical marijuana facility, offered up grass for trash, this past weekend.
It was all part of Gardiner's Clean-Up Day. So, Meehan offered residents who were over 21, free marijuana if they brought in a bag of trash that was collected in town...
Waste not, want not. As much as half of the world's food, amounting to two billion tons, ends up being thrown away. The Institution of Mechanical Engineers said the waste was being caused by poor storage, strict sell-by dates, bulk offers and consumer fussiness. All because we want our foods to look perfect.
The Maine Coastal Program Coastweek 2012 is all about cleaning up the trash that threatens not only the look of the coast of Maine but the health of the coastal environment. The clean up goes until Saturday, September 22. And there is a lot of trash they pick up.