The Twin Cities Free Market SM is an innovative reuse program created by the zero-waste organization Eureka Recycling to divert usable and repairable items from the waste stream. The Free Market program was the first web based residential exchange program that specifically targeted the exchange of reusable and durable household goods. As of 2010, the Free Market has grown to include over 150,000 participants since it began in 1998, and has facilitated more than 100,000 exchanges. Over 11.4 million pounds of reusable goods have been saved from landfills and incinerators!
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Eureka Recycling is a proud member of the Minnesota Environmental Fund. The Minnesota Environmental Fund provides education and a vital payroll giving choice to employees through a balanced group of twenty-one member organizations that protect, conserve and restore Minnesota’s environment. If you are interested in having the opportunity to give to the Minnesota Environmental Fund member organizations, including Eureka Recycling, through an automatic payroll deduction at work, please contact us.