ROLLING BREAST CANCER TO THE CURB

ORIFICE RECYCLING ROLLING BREAST CANCER TO THE CURB. Get your pink cart today!
Orifice Recycling & Refuse is committed to our part in helping to find a cure for breast cancer. We hope this information will help our clients and friends find a deeper understanding of the disease and how it affects everyone, in one way or another.
breast cancer ribbonIn thousands of communities across the country, tomorrow morning is trash day, also known as rubbish day, garbage day recycle day.orifice waste recycling pink cart

In physicians' offices across the country, tomorrow is also a day that thousands of women will learn that they have breast cancer, one of the most common forms of cancer in women. 1 out of 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer nationally. This is an extremely large number of people to be affected by the disease overall when considering all the worlds: daughters, mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, cousins, and friends.

Tonight, in hundreds of thousands of garages across the country, people just like you will be stuffing the family garbage cart, cramming refuse in to the breaking point rolling it all to the street for curbside trash pickup. But many of the people rolling waste carts to the curb will also be playing an important role in the war on breast cancer.

When the sun rises on trash day it shines on street after street of garbage cans, and rolling waste receptacles, a palette of dull browns, dusty greens, faded blues out front of most homes. But what are those new bright pink carts with the breast cancer awareness ribbons branded on the sides shining in their own glow. That is a reminder that a daily procedure as simple as trash collection can make a society more educated and aware of breast cancer, and thankful to our customers who participate in the this new pink cart program.
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Rolling a pink cart to the street says that you've stepped up to support the fight against breast cancer, the disease that claims the lives of more than 41,000 women each year. A pink cart says you've made a promise to help curb cancer. Our new pink carts are in. Please call ahead to order yours while they last.

For more information on Breast Cancer Awareness please visit WWW.THEPINKCART.COM

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