…another shade of green
Give me a break!
…before you toss
Did you know that there’s such a thing as recycling etiquette? Now that statement may conjure up a mental picture of a newspaper saying to a soda can “After you dear soda can, I insist…” but all kidding aside there are very specific things we can do as a matter of routine that will help our recycling centers run more efficiently.
Waste management companies usually have their own recycling policies, so It’s important to know the specifics of your provider. Check out their requirements and gain a better understanding of best recycling practices.
Etiquette to keep in mind for recycling to be kind:
RINSE & FLATTEN all milk cartons and plastics to save space and energy
GROUP & STUFF all plastic grocery & plastic bags together and stuff the whole group within one bag then place in recycling bin
FOLLOW THE FOLD to deconstruct and flatten boxes will save space and make them easier to pick-up
PUT A CAP IN IT when jar lids are made out of metal add them to the recycling bin
PERFECT BIND STAY BEHIND when magazines use glue to bind the pages together it becomes non-recyclable
…21st Century Volunteer
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