New materials exchange website in Tampa Bay

February 28, 2011 at 12:01 pm Leave a comment

iWasteNotSystems is excited to announce the opening of a new 2Good2Waste.org Materials Exchange for the Tampa Bay community.

2Good2Waste is a free service with a local focus that helps people give away or sell things that might otherwise end up in a landfill.

2Good2Waste.org/tampa is an online, user driven materials exchange that allows residents and businesses to exchange items at no or low cost rather than tossing them into the trash.

It’s easy for people to exchange items on 2G2W/Tampa…  All you have to do is sign up for an account and list your items. It’s simple, easy and fast to do.

On the top right of the site you will notice a “tab” which is the commercial/institutional trading site for Tampa Bay businesses. Please set up a separate account for utilizing this exchange.

Feel free to contact your moderator Adam Schlachter (adam@2good2waste.org) at any time with questions or feedback. Thanks for using 2good2waste.org/tampa for your exchanging needs!

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