Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
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Learn about aluminum can recycling, one of the most efficient forms of recycling that companies hope to see more of in the future.
When you think of large-scale recyclers, thrift stores and the banking industry probably don't come to mind.
As the industry grows, experts say the government will want recyclers to be certified to handle electronic gadgets.
You can find a good use for that tacky sweater or even that nice food processor — anything that you just don't need.
Donate this year's Halloween costume to those in need.
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Want to recycle plastic crates for crafts or cash? You better have a legal source of them because companies are cracking down on theft.
Those annoying packets have a multitude of household uses.
Reports show that Chicago has stockpiled about 22,000 or more blue bins in a warehouse.
As Morieka Johnson's wise friend says, 'Cheap costs money in the end.'
Chanie Kirschner wishes for catered lunches as she serves up advice on cutting waste in the workplace.
Chanie Kirschner tracks down a few stores that will take your bulbs, and your plastic, and your electronics, and ... you get the idea.
You're better off recycling batteries than putting them in a landfill.
Chanie Kirschner breaks it down for you: It's so easy to recycle that, really, you have no excuse not to. Here are her top 3 items to keep out of the landfill.
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