Learn how to recycle everything, from aluminum and newspapers to less obvious household items.
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You'll be amazed at all the plastics you can put in the plastic bag recycling bin at the grocery store.
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.
The popular T-shirt site now offers 100 percent recycled cotton canvas totes that are sturdy enough to carry a laptop or a farmers market melon.
One California woman is teaching others to knit for a good cause using grocery bags.
Not every urban dweller has room for a composter of her own. Do you share a composting solution with your neighbor?
Really useful ideas for giving paper towel tubes a second life.
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As the industry grows, experts say the government will want recyclers to be certified to handle electronic gadgets.
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Many states have instituted laws banning electronic waste from landfills.
The future of electronics recycling may be in donating used items.
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