9. Purchase BPI recycling bags and visit the BPI website

Buy a box of BPI bags and take a photo or simply take a photo of what you already own if you have BPI bags. Make sure to also check out the BPI website to learn more about labeling, certification, BPI products, or anything else that may interest you. Submit a picture of your BPI bags along with the rest of your Bingo photos. 

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1. 1. Take the Organics Recycling survey
2. 2. Read the Hennepin County Organics Recycling Guide
3. 3. Visit the City of Hopkins Organics Recycling webpage and review accepted/ unaccepted items
4. 4. Take your organics to the curb for pick-up OR bring them to the drop-off site
5. 5. Share a meal with a friend or neighbor
6. 6. Take a photo of your countertop organics bin
7. 7. Learn strategies to reduce odor for countertop organics bins
8. 8. Meal-prep for the week
9. 9. Purchase BPI recycling bags and visit the BPI website
10. 10. Recycle your toilet paper roll and paper towel tubes
11. 11. Have a conversation about organics recycling
12. 12. Have a ZERO waste day
13. 13. Make broth out of veggie scraps
14. 14. Make a grocery list before shopping
15. 15. Eat a lunch or dinner using leftovers
16. 16. Share ideas with a friend, family member or neighbor on how to reduce organic waste
17. 17. Donate food to ICA or your local food shelf
18. 18. Recycle a pizza box or paper egg carton
19. 19. Encourage a Hopkins resident outside your household to take the Organics Recycling Survey
20. 20. Pack a lunch for work 3+ times
21. 21. Utilize your freezer
22. 22. Set-up an EAT FIRST bin in your fridge
23. 23. Use paper bags or reusable bags on your next shopping trip
24. 24. Make a meal using up ingredients in your fridge