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This Is What Happens When You Pour Molten Metal Into A Bucket Of Sand...WOW

There are countless things you can do with leftover aluminum cans. Recycling them is just one (admittedly fantastic) option. Instead of dropping them off at a recycling center in exchange for money, why not keep them, melt them, and make something incredible? This guy melted down his extra cans, poured the metal into a bucket of sand...and the result was awesome.

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Paper Recyclying, Plastic Recycling and Aluminum Recycling Center - Triad Paper Recycling is the place to go; they will accept your paper, plastic, aluminum cans and cardboard - this is a great place to start recycling.

There are some great ideas for organizing a garage, or even a storage unit, in this post. A great resource as well for home organization. Thanks, IHeart Organizing blog!

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Recycled Aluminum Cans from our Heber Recycling Center are compressed and baled, so they can be melted down and used again. We are currently buying Aluminum ...

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DIY under cabinet recycling bins--use any bin of your choice that fits under the sink, print off these decals for free. Perfect for our small space!

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Collect those bottles and cans. California Redemption Value items like beverages contained in plastic bottles or aluminum cans can be taken to a CRV certified recycling center in exchange for money! In doing so you will be keeping plastic and metal debris out of our waterways. Looking for the nearest center? We got you covered, cruise on through to WasteFreeSD.org to find CRV certified recycling centers and more!

Let’s Recycle Sorting Game from Lakeshore Learning: Children learn how to separate paper, plastic, compost and aluminum for recycling!

Let’s Recycle Sorting Game from Lakeshore Learning: Children learn how to separate paper, plastic, compost and aluminum for recycling!

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