Discarded mattresses take up lots of room in landfills and damage equipment. Mattress recyclers take them out of the waste stream. Refurbishers make another one. (RT @dmguion: What happens to your old mattress?
20 Environmentally Friendly Ways That You Can Help Reduce Plastic Waste at Home. September 4th, 2012 ... The biggest problem with plastic apart from the fact that so much is manufactured every year is that not all of it can be recycled.
US Postal Service Gives Customers Chance to Get Cash For Their Old ...The Weissman ReportThe Postal Service is working with MaxBack, an electronics recycling company, which specializes in reducing waste that ends up in landfills by either buying...
1. Hair Nope, you didn’t read that wrong. Human hair is compostable and recyclable. Hair from your hairbrush or fur from your pet are full of useful nitrogen that can be thrown in the compost pile. Donating your hair could help clean ...
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Some weird and wonderful things that no one realises are recycable.
10 ways to recycle plastic grocery bags: A guest post by: Uplifting Families Trash Bags – Line your small trash cans around the house to make dumping them fast and easy. Car – Store a few plastic trash bags in your car.
Have an Old Out of Order Mobile ? Want to exchange it or sell it in order to get a new handset or is just laundering in your drawers and you want to recycle it for money. Here is your answer an EcoATM to Recycle Old Mobile Phones For Cash.
Recycling Nuclear Waste to Power Deep Space ExplorationCleanTechnicaThe British Sellafield nuclear reprocessing facility in Cumbria is working to harvest americium-241 from the nuclear waste of the country's nuclear reactors in the hopes of turning...
indiatvnews.comRecycling ATM gives cash for old mobile phonesNDTVA recycling ATM offers gadget freaks the option to trade in their discarded mobile phones for cash, rather than dumping them when they go in for the latest model.
Recycling centre now takes electronic toysNanaimo Daily NewsNanaimo residents can now recycle their used or broken electronic toys at the Regional Recycling Centre ( 2375 Hayes Rd.) through a unique new program.