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Thread: Contain-It

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    I had a couple of questions about the "Contain'It" I use to hold my worn out rotary cutter blades until I have enough to send to the recycler. Here is a pic of what I'm using.
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    what is it? plasic bottle of some kind? I need to do this too

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    Good idea:)

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    I put mine in my sharps dispenser.

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    Great idea!

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    I used an old medicine bottle

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    It's a rigid, clear plastic "jar" with a removable, flexible rubber lid with a slit in the top. I put a little pressure on the sides of the "jar" and the slit opens and I drop my blades down into the jar part.

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    What do they do with them at the recycler?

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