Here are some recycling tips that will help you to make a positive impact to the environment. There are many materials that we can recycle at both work and home – and not just in your kitchen. The Recycling Infographic below helps you realize that there is plastic, paper, and metal materials that you can recycle throughout your living room, bathroom, laundry room, and kitchen. For instance, commonly forgotten items in your living room that can be recycled are CD Cases and even small plant pots. Many people also forget that bathroom items such as deodorent sticks and medicine bottles are recyclable.
Click here for a list of other items that are commonly overlooked for recycling.
Recycling your household items helps turn it into something new. Recycled paper can actually be made into kitty litter. Recycled aluminum could be re-made into bike and car parts. Collectively, each household can make a difference. Eventually the small bins of recyclables get combined with other like materials to get baled, transported to a recycling center, and made into something new. Together, with the help of these recycling tips, we can make a difference.