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Happy Returns: Trending Issues In Recycling

Heya. I'm Janet Rundle and I am a passionate advocate for recycling and reusables. Before I get carried away, let me tell you about myself. I grew up on an organic farm where we aimed to have zero waste. My dad even ran his car on vegetable oils! These days, I work as a teacher aide in a school which has "caring for the environment" as its main mission. We don't have single-use straws, cups, plates, bags or plastics and we try to recycle everything from paper to drink cans. Every day, one of the staff or students has a bright idea about improving our environment. I have been recording our ideas on my computer, so I have decided to compile them into this blog for other "greenies" like myself. Maybe together, we can build up a real community passion for environmental awareness and recycling.

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Three Home Improvements That Generate Extra Metal For Recycling

You might not realise how much potential scrap metal is lying around your home, cluttering up the yard and not doing anything useful. As they say, one person's junk—yours— can be another's treasure—a recycling plant's. By onselling your scrap metal, you'll make extra cash. Some home improvement projects can generate even more metal—look out for the following opportunities. Home Renovation Renovating your home inevitably results in old appliances and materials becoming obsolete once you replace them with newer models or substances. Read More