Recycle Right Videos

Recycle Right Videos: Some things are captured better on video. With three recorded Ask Me Anything events, plus a variety of educational videos, the Recycle Right Campaign videos support our 4 main categories: Recycling Basics, Recycling Myth-busters, Recycling Education, and Towns Recycling Right.

How To Use Recycle Right Videos and Posts:

  1. To quickly share the entire video and text to Facebook, click the blue "Share" button
  2. To share the video and text in an email, on a website, or through social media like Instagram 
    • Click "Read More" on the video you are interested in sharing
    • Click the "Video Embed" link to go to YouTube, where you can get (1) a link to share or (2) code to embed the video
    • Click the "Copy Text to Clipboard" button to automatically copy the text that appears beneath the image
In a recent Ask Me Anything: Recycling event, the Northeast Resource Recovery Association's Executive Director, Reagan Bissonnette, broke down the seven main types of plastic, including what you can recycle in most residential recycling programs, and what needs to be tossed.

We are excited to bring a third Ask Me Anything: Recycling Edition online event, recorded August 4th.

It just goes to show that, even after three hour-long events, we are still getting different recycling questions sent in each and every time - it's great! It also shows how complicated recycling can be. If you have any other questions, you can always shoot us a message - we are happy to help!

Thanks to NRRA Executive Director, Reagan Bissonnette, NRRA MemberRead more

Have you ever wondered what happens to your cardboard box once you put it in your recycling bin or drop it off at your transfer station? Here's a quick look at how cardboard can be recycled up to 6 times!
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Lithium battery disposal is a hot issue. When not properly disposed, lithium batteries can easily combust, causing costly damage, injury, or even death.
This fact was brought to life, unfortunately, at the Lee, NH Transfer Station earlier this week when an improperly disposed-of lithium battery caught fire.
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