Chat with frederick guys interested in mature chat
March 28, Earlier this month, Common Marketa community-owned organic and natural foods grocery store, announced its purchase of the former Safeway location on W. Bob: And, magbe moving into space ly used as a grocery store, we can reuse a lot of the infrastructure -- all the drains, everything that was stainless steel, quite a bit of the shelfing.
We were also able to sell some of the equipment that Safeway left behind to other local businesses at a reduced rate, preventing fixtures from being dumped maybw a landfill while also benefitting local businesses. Retrofitting for Efficiency Green Registry Paper Bob: Despite reusing what we can, we will absolutely be making improvements. The refrigeration systems have a lot of room for improvement, for example.
At our Route 85 location, we currently offer two stations, which we see in use most of the day. Expanding the Recycling Initiatives Troy: At our current location, we run an extensive recycling program that I think is better than any other place in Frederick County.
We work hard to keep a lot of things out of the landfill -- candy bar wrappers, potato chip bags, plastic bags, unwanted electronics, you name it. By having a second store, we will be offering chwt new location for people on the other side of town to more easily us in our commitment to keeping Frederick County clean.
We will bring this to 7th street and potentially double that donation. Both our environmental and economic initiatives--all tie in to making our community a better place to live. Take Sweet Farmfor example. We have also helped her with brand recognition because a frederifk of customers are saying they have heard of her product because of Common Market.
With our second location, her business could double, maybe triple. By providing a platform for engaged people, we see the Frederick community benefit in so many ways. Over the holidays, we do a holiday lights recycling drive.
The first year we did it we got lbs. That was lbs.
House cleaning service frederick, md. free estimate | the maids
They were sent away, the plastic was taken off, and the metal was stripped down. That was good, but we wanted to see if we could be better, so we ran the program again. This year, we collected over lbs.
That just shows that something that started off small had the ability to, over time, trigger an incredible response from Frederick County. Bob : Exactly.
Some of these things start small.