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Your Trash Talking Tuesday Tip: Take the Recyclewhere.org Challenge!

image of recyclewhere logoBatteries, couches, rags, …..mannequins? no matter what you want to get rid of, Recyclewhere.org can help. We all have stuff. And if you can call something ‘stuff’, it’s something that is otherwise unclassifiable and as such, probably something that you don’t need. Type in anything (time to name your ‘STUFF’) and give Recyclewhere.org try. We waste a lot of energy tending to the STUFF in our lives. Now is the time to get rid of your STUFF.

Recyclewhere.org reinforces the zero waste ethos that boils down to the following:

Reduce, then Reuse, then recycle.

Reduce your consumption, and get rid of what you don’t need in your home and in your life. If it can be reused, Recyclewhere.org will tell you how. And if it can’t be reused, recycling and safe disposal are the next best options.

See how this tool can make an impact in your home. Simplify your life and get rid of the stuff in it. And, join my coworkers and me in a RecycleWhere challenge. How much stuff can you get rid of in the next 31 days?

Use RecycleWhere to find the best recycling and reuse options!

Waste nothing.


Your Trash Talking Tuesday tip: Recycle your Clothes

Your Trash Talking Tuesday tip:
Check out the infographic and the link below for some amazing factoids. For instance, did you know the average T-Shirt wastes 700 Gallons of water during manufacturing alone? and one pound of textiles emits more than 7 pounds of CO2!

Textile waste creates pollution and wastes precious resources so before you throw your clothes in landfill bin, consider donating, selling or recycling them.

Waste nothing.

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Mind Your Waste Infographic.