Chicago Magazine’s Cara Sullivan explains ‘How to get rid of anything’

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In this picture taken on Wednesday, March 9, 2016, a battery is tested at the Prague based He3Da company, in the Czech Republic. In the global race to create more efficient and long-lasting batteries, some are betting on nanotechnology – the use of minuscule parts – as the most likely to yield a breakthrough. Improving batteries’ performance is key to the development and success of many much-hyped technologies, from solar and wind energy to electric cars. Research into how to achieve that has followed several avenues, from using different materials than the existing lithium-ion batteries to changing the internal structure of batteries using nanoparticles – parts so small they are invisible to the naked eye. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Chicago Magazine contributor Cara Sullivan writes a piece on how to eliminate stuff from your living space in an environmentally friendly way. She provides names of companies that will take your belongings from you and give back to the community.

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