If you can make one change a year, I would add recycling a hard-to-recycle item on your list. We’ve struggled with this over the years as we didn’t have curbside recycling for many years, and we still often forget what is or isn’t recyclable. However, in recognition of Earth Day, I thought I would share some new and old (recycled!) environmentally-friendly tips:
How to recycle even if you can’t get to a facility. A simple, good idea if I do say so myself!
Recycling AAA batteries! In addition to Jiffy Lube, I found a nearby hardware store that accepts household batteries. I feel so much better doing this than dumping this toxic item into the trash.
Who knew you can recycle paint? Apparently in California, you can drop off used household paint at participating retailers like Sherwin-Williams, Vista Paint, Super Hardware (Mission Ace), Dunn Edwards and more.
I still can’t figure out a consistent way to recycle expired medications or Brita filters…
Of course, just as important as recycling is buying and using less stuff in the first place!
How are you doing in terms of recycling? Can someone explain to me how Recyclebank makes profits?