Recycling

  • How to Recycle Cars

    A quick guide to car recycling and what happens to the cars — the most recycled product in the U.S. — after going to the recycler.
    By Steve Graham May 24, 2011 

  • How to Recycle Old Clothes

    If you've got old clothes sitting in your closet, don't throw them away. Instead, recycle them. Recycling your clothing is an excellent way to save money, reduce clutter and reclaim wasted space in your home.
    By Jennifer Claerr May 23, 2011 

  • How to Recycle Glass Bottles and Jars

    Recycling glass bottles and jars can save you money and help to save the planet. Using decorative recycled glass bottles and jars is also a very attractive way to display flowers and to store dry goods and spices.
    By Jennifer Claerr May 23, 2011 


  • How to Recycle Tires, and What Happens to Them

    Millions of scrap tires are recycled, reused or burned for energy, keeping them out of landfills and dangerous tire piles. Recycling used tires can build roads, playgrounds and generate electricity.
    By Steve Graham May 23, 2011 

  • Making Art from Recycled Materials

    If you want to create recycled art, there are plenty of materials to choose from. Reusing materials in art projects can save energy and reduce carbon emissions. Recycled materials can also save you money on art supplies.
    By Jennifer Claerr May 23, 2011 

  • Use Recycled Parts to Repair and Upgrade Your Computer

    Using recycled parts for computer repairs and upgrades is an ideal way to save money and save the planet. Find out where to get recycled computer parts and how to find instructions on installing them.
    By Jennifer Claerr May 22, 2011 


  • The Best Recycling Bin Organizers

    If your curbside recycling bins are creating a disorganized mess in your home or garage, there are products you can buy and storage solutions you can build to solve the problem. There are also better ways to sort and organize your recyclables before you...
    By Jennifer Claerr May 22, 2011 

  • How to Teach Your Kids to Recycle

    If you want your kids to be environmentally responsible when they grow up, you've got to teach them to recycle while they're still young. Fortunately, teaching kids the value of recycling can be lots of fun.
    By Jennifer Claerr May 22, 2011 

  • Learn to Do Gray Water Recycling

    Reusing water from your home to water your garden is a great eco-friendly practice, saving you money while also preserving community resources. Learn all about gray water recycling.
    By BStone May 20, 2011 

  • Using Recycled Materials to Build a Hen House

    Building with recycled materials is a cost-effective way of making a hen house. Using a suitable design and fit for purpose materials makes the hens more productive and comfortable. Learn how to make a hen house easily with these step by step instructions...
    By Cara Moore May 20, 2011 
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