15 Items You Didn’t Think You Could Recycle
Before you toss something into the trash, check to see if you can recycle it. Chances are you can with a little digging around to find the right place.
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Recycle packing peanuts at home in your garden needs.
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will send you a coupon if you choose to recycle your bag from them. Just send your bag to them and once they get a pallet full of bags, they send them to for recycling.
takes old nylon fishing nets and makes them into skateboards and sunglasses.
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Plastic bottles must be emptied and dry prior to shipping. Once collected the bottles get made into plastic pellets for new materials. Items such as shampoo and conditioner caps, hair gel tubes, hair spray triggers, lip balm tubes, soap dispensers, mascara tubes, powder cases and eyeliner pencils can be recycled.
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