Goodwillbed bug problem

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I feel that this is a problem that should be dealt with by goodwill. "Bed Bugs" should not be sold at any store. There's proper procedure on cleaning clothes I understand there donated but there has to be a better way to accept things. The Fairfax Goodwill on Main Street has no type of protection when it comes to dealing with full contact unsanitary items donated. There's no glovees, no protection masks, no protected clothing dealing with stuff like this especially donated items as in clothes, furniture and shoes. There should be produces on whether to accept them our not. This organization is a high risk of catching bed bugs. From my understanding they collect the donated clothes, sort them, hang them then sends them back out onto the floor.

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