Plastic Recycling Guide for HDPE: information and video about how to recycle HDPE or high density Polyethylene, a commonly used heavy plastic.
Recycling Ziploc Bags takes a bit of time and effort, but in the end, it’s completely worth it. Clean and empty the bags, clip the “zip” element off of the bag, then recycle.
From refilling, to recycling the flint in other lighters, to taking apart and sorting the parts between plastic and metal, there are lots of things to do when you Disposable Cigarette Lighter dies. Find out now.
Let’s say you’re in sales. Or let’s just say you’re super conscious about having great smelling breath. Addicted to mints? Then you’ll want to know if your old mint tins are recyclable? Find out.
If you have any sort of corporate job or nice dresses and coats in your wardrobe, then you see the coat hangers pile up from trips to the dry cleaners. Are those metal coat hangers ok to recycle? Find out.
The category of packaging known as “Aseptics” refers generally to square containers used for things like milk and soy milk. Find out more on how to properly recycle these containers now.
Learn more on recycling old carpet and carpet padding, which is in fact recyclable! When purchasing new carpet or flooring, you can opt for either recycled carpet, or another eco-friendly and sustainable flooring like bamboo.
Let’s go ahead and toss the old computer and electrical cables into the recycling pile — did you know that? Yes! Old computer cables are recyclable! Find out more on how to do it.
Tubes of toothpaste are indeed recyclable, and in truth, all you have to do is follow the same process to recycle toothpaste tubes as you would any other recyclable household stuff.
This post is part of an attempt to do something like 100 recycling tips for damn near anything in something close to, anyway, 100 days. We’ll see how that goes. …