Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
If you haven’t taken a look at what your recycling program allows you to put in the recycling bins, you might want to do so before all the holiday dinners and gift-giving commences. The rules may have changed for the better.
If you don't mind tearing up a book, you can make a spot to hide your stuff, create origami creatures, or decorate a headboard.
Recycling Hits Home
Video: Sam Klein is the president and CEO of his own recycling business. He reinvests the money he earns for those less fortunate.
Here's the skinny on trash trends: Of the roughly 13 million tons of textiles tossed each year, only about 15% are recovered for reuse or recycling.
We don't condone eating fast food, but if you find yourself in possession of it, you might as well have some fun.
Don't put those handy cups in the recycling bin just yet.
Those mountains of discarded trinkets can be repurposed for other festive occasions or used in some crazy DIY crafts. Just make sure they're clean.
Customers can receive rewards points for using online service to receive mail.
Kickstarter project aims to make plastic recycling affordable for anyone with a computer and 3-D printer.
Once the decorations are off, homeowners or municipalities have many eco-friendly options for using holiday centerpieces in the landscape.
More than 30 schools are competing for donated points to help them fund their green projects.
Two months after Waste Management's investment in Recyclebank, both companies say they are reaping the benefits of the union and looking to expand overseas.
Video: To teach her children a lesson about recycling, a California mom paid for a 'trip of a lifetime' to Italy for her and her husband using only money she made from recycling cans and plastic.
The energy saved from recycling one bottle will power a 60-watt light bulb for six hours. Discover other staggering recycling stats in this infographic.
Schools compete on football Saturdays to generate the best recycling rate and the lowest level of waste.
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