Recycling Education: Why is source separated recycling beneficial? How do I recycle old books? Is my recycling REALLY being recycled?! In Recycling Education, we focus on the "why" behind recycling so residents have a better understanding about why their actions (or inaction) makes a difference, and the "how" of recycling unique or hazardous items.
HOW TO USE THE RECYCLE RIGHT CAMPAIGN POSTS:
- Click "Read More" on the post you are interested in sharing
- To quickly share the entire image and text to Facebook, click the blue "Share" button
- To share the image and text in an email, on a website, or through social media like Instagram
- Click the "Download Image" link to automatically save the image to your computer
- Click the "Copy Text to Clipboard" button to automatically copy the text that appears beneath the image
Bonus: Each post includes ready-made hashtags to be used on social media.
BOOKS, BOOKS, TOO MANY BOOKS?!
We get it, there's nothing like a new book - the way the spine creaks when it's first opened, the crisp pages, the "new book smell" - they are a delight! But sometimes books have been loved to pieces or are no longer wanted for a variety of reasons. What then?
Here are some ways to recycle books, to keep them out of the landfill or incinerator:
YOU ASKED: HOW DO I RECYCLE A MICROWAVE?
Good news! Microwaves can be recycled with your electronics OR your scrap metal. Be sure to ask your recycling center operator to see if your center has a preference.
If you choose to put your microwaves with your scrap metal, CAPACITORS MUST BE REMOVED. According to NRRA's metal vendor, in addition to environmental concerns, capacitors can store energy and are fire hazards in scrap piles and dumpsters. If you choose toRead more
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