It’s becoming common for communities to have easy access to recycling programs for things like milk jugs and soup cans. But there are still many things in your kitchen that can be recycled but aren’t easy to recycle simply because you don’t know where to take them.
- the drawer full of used single use batteries that I don’t want to throw in the trash
- my plastic trash can
- the household cleaners that are under my kitchen sink that I don’t use anymore because I’ve replaced them with more environmentally friendly ones
- kitchen electronics like the microwave, coffee maker or under the cabinet radio/cd player
- the telephone
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