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November 12, 2020

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With the U.S. election now in the past, political signs are making their way into trash bins across the nation.

Because 90% of campaign signs comprise corrugated cardboard coated in plastic, it makes it difficult to know how to properly dispose of them, says Judith Enck, founder of Beyond Plastics in Bennington, Vermont.

There are three ways someone with political signs can get creative: reuse them in the next election cycle, paint them over or break them down and use them in other projects. Those with signs also can inquire about the best disposal methods with their local muncipality.

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