"City" piece on Goodwill Industries of Maine and New Hampshire, which has remove
"City" piece on Goodwill Industries of Maine and New Hampshire, which has removed 140 of its drop-off bins because people are leaving trash, hazardous waste and even dead animals in the bins. Goodwill has only 130 of the bins left in the two states. The nonprofit has been purchasing department store close-outs, selling it for up to 80 percent off the suggested retail price, and it is in the process of devising solutions to replace the unattended bins. With comments by Jean DiPietro-Salce, the Portland-based Northern New England director of marketing for Goodwill.
Mitchell, Jeffrey J., ""City" piece on Goodwill Industries of Maine and New Hampshire, which has remove" (2002). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 4906.