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Official announcement from the Reuse It Network…

Check out a notice from ImodUncensored group where there is an announcement about the Reuse It Network’s launch. The full notice we are proud to provide without fear of intimidation…

ReuseIt Network Launched July 18, 2007
July 18, 2007 marked the launch of a new website: www.reuseitnetwork.org. It is the result of a collaborative effort by former Freecycle volunteers. We join with others around the world who are taking steps to impact the rapid changes to our environment. It has taken generations to bring us to this point, and there will be no quick fix.

About the ReUseIt Network: The mission of The ReUseIt Network is to reduce the human footprint on the Earth by promoting conservation of resources and providing an opportunity for individuals and communities to take action.

The ReUseIt Network is committed to the principle of CONSERVATION: We believe in reducing the waste of land, water, energy, and fossil fuels in an effort to preserve resources, while fostering sustainable development.

The ReUseIt Network is committed to the principle of EDUCATION: We believe in providing useful, accessible, relevant information to encourage knowledge of environmental and ecological issues, at home and abroad.

The ReUseIt Network is committed to the principle of ACCOUNTABILITY: We believe in active participation in recycling and reusing resources, whether they are natural or man-made.

The ReUseIt Network is committed to the principle of COMMUNITY: We believe in helping others help themselves by providing a forum for communication and discussion of local and global issues.

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July 19, 2007 - Posted by | freecycle

3 Comments »

  1. Post blocked since this was a anonymous flame post. The author is able to resubmit but must correctly identify themselves, then the comment will be allowed unedited.

    Comment by xyz | July 20, 2007 | Reply

  2. Ah…so you were full of crap…funny how you want all of your flaming posts put on freecycle, but you don’t want them on your site. All thought you said and I quote “All comments are welcome…” Apparently you are talking out you butt (again!)

    Comment by xyz | July 22, 2007 | Reply

  3. I allowed the above post from tubbybear@yahoo.com despite requests to identify themselves properly with an email that actually works! At least, tubby bear thank you for respecting me enough to actually read my blog. However in future your impolite comments will be blocked as and until you identify yourself as a human being rather than hiding behind a defenceless toy animal.

    Again all comments are welcome, rudeness is not.

    Comment by andyswarbs | July 22, 2007 | Reply


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