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Learn about reusing more and wasting less with documentary at area libraries

This fall, the Otter Tail County Solid Waste Department and area libraries are partnering to host two screenings of the documentary, "REUSE Because You Can’t Recycle The Planet" as a part of the Choose to Reuse Campaign of 2021.

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This family-friendly film follows reuse expert Alex Eaves on a trip across the country in search of solutions that help people, the planet and your wallet. (Submitted)

This fall, the Otter Tail County Solid Waste Department and area libraries are partnering to host two screenings of the documentary, "REUSE Because You Can’t Recycle The Planet" as a part of the Choose to Reuse Campaign of 2021.

This family-friendly film follows reuse expert Alex Eaves on a trip across the country in search of solutions that help people, the planet and your wallet.

“This film isn't about our waste problem. It's about solutions. And they are everywhere!” said Alex Eaves, filmmaker and owner of STAY VOCAL, a reused t-shirt company.

There will be two screenings:

  • Tuesday, Sept. 28: 6 p.m. at the Fergus Falls Public Library
  • Tuesday, Oct. 12: 6:30 p.m. at the Perham Area Public Library

The film is approximately 60 minutes, followed by a discussion about reusing more and wasting less with staff from the Otter Tail County Solid Waste Department. Check your screening location and date prior to the events in case of updates related to COVID-19. Both events are on Facebook as well as the events tab at ottertailcountymn.us/events .

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For more information about the benefits of reuse, and a list of area reuse businesses, visit ottertailcountymn.us/content-page/choose-to-reuse/ .

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