Please read our info-graphic on how to recycle your household items. Reduce, re-use, and recycle your plastic, cardboard, and glass products. This helps minimize waste that goes to the landfill. Each household should manage their waste and recycling responsibly to help save the planet.

Recycling sounds easy, but it is common for things to end up in the recycling that don’t belong such as coffee cups, and napkins. If we throw things in the trash before checking if it can be re-used or recycled, then we are not contributing to the environment. There are little things that each of us can do to help reduce waste. Together we can stop pollution from destroying our planet. Here’s a few tips to get you started.

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Thank you for reading our article on how to reduce, re-use, and recycle. Start by minimizing your waste consumption and sort your recycling. Don’t recycle unclean items, plastic bags, and coffee cups. Break down your cardboard boxes and don’t recycle bottle caps. We encourage everyone to do these easy-to-follow steps as part of your routine if you aren’t already. It directly affects pollution and the environment and benefits the planet.

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