Did you know that kitty litter and egg cartons can be recycled into paper? Or how about old trophies, motor oil and cell phones can be recycled with your newspapers, plastic bottles and soda cans? Whether you’re new to recycling or know the difference between No. 1 and No. 6 plastics, this useful guide is a helpful reminder of what can be recycled to help you go green.
recycling capabilities vary by jurisdiction, but i made this one for DC. hopefully it will help you make sense of what can be recycled and what cannot--and one of the best things to do is to reduce your consumption in the first place. aim for zero waste!
While nearly 70 percent of Americans say they consistently recycle, only about 20 percent report consistently recycling in the bathroom. A big reason for that is simply not being sure just what can and can’t go in the recycling bin. Knowledge is power, so take a look below at the infographic from Care To Recycle to make sure you’re recycling everything you ...
What bathroom products can -- and can’t -- be recycled
What kind of paint do I use on that? | A guide to what types of paint you can use on various surfaces. Good information for anyone who is new to furniture painting or doesn't know what paints can be used on what surfaces.