KQED Recycling a House KQED When you think about recycling, you may picture newspapers stacked neatly on your curb for pickup, or those ubiquitous blue bins around your office filled with bottles and cans.
Old 2-drawer, 5-drawer and even single-drawer file cabinets easily found by the curb, at yard sales or in resale stores can now have a new and functional life when recycled as planters. What is your favorite garden color?
Follow the photo-link to discover how to create planters form discarded file cabinets.
What's your recycling method? Charlottesville Tomorrow I'll take my newspapers, cans, glass and plastic to the convenience center and put them each in the proper bin! Keep trash and recyclables separate.
Recycling is one of the easiest ways to start down the road to Greener living. The go green guy shares 19 items that you didn't know that you could recycle (19 items you did not know that you can recycle!
As Single-Serve Coffee Use Soars, Industry Struggles with Recycling Solutions Environmental Leader More than a tenth of US households — 12 percent — own single-cup coffee brewers, says the National Coffee Association, and that number is on the rise.
Vintage pieces of glass call out to me whenever I yield to my passion for thrifting. This is a project I put together a few years ago, and it remains standing in my Midwest garden, even through snow, rain, heat, and gloom of night.
Follow the photo link to find the tutorial for this project.