Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
Green Dimes and RecycleBank are two tools to help you be a stand-out recycler.
Compost is organic material that can be used as a soil amendment or as a medium to grow plants.
Paper and paperboard products represent the largest portion of our municipal waste stream (e.g., trash).
Everything you could possibly want to know about recycling — all in one place.
Planning is particularly important to ensure the success of a recycling program at a special event.
Everyone, especially consumers, plays a role in the recycled materials loop.
You know what’s even better than recycling? Reducing the amount of waste you produce and reusing all that you can.
Learn simple tips to go green around your home and during the day from Laura Turner Seydel.
From your ex-boyfriend's designer jeans to furniture and old CDs, Freecycle is helping people find new homes for old things.
Some clever ways to reuse plastic milk jugs around the house.
A couple drops won't ruin your efforts, but it's definitely best to keep paper dry.
Professional salvager can take your equipment and strip it for metal recycling.
Here's how you can recycle jeans you no longer want.
Is it pointless to recycle paper that has become wet?
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