About half your home’s recyclables never make it to the recycling bin. To recycle all you can, recycle everywhere you can.
We do well recycling kitchen items, but our bathrooms, laundry rooms and home offices have lots of recyclables we throw out.
Use convenient recycling bins and signage, and mix in a little education and fun. See our easy tips to do more.
Make recycling in your home easy with these tips and tricks.
Put a recycling bin, bag or box next to every trash can in your house. Hang a bag on your doorknob for recyclables.
Recycle shampoo bottles, plastic containers from wipes, toothpaste boxes, toilet paper rolls and more.
Place a basketball rim above the recycling bin so your family can slam dunk their recyclables.
Recycle laundry detergent and fabric softener bottles, cat litter jugs, dryer sheet boxes and more.
Label your bins so everyone knows how to sort.
Recycle mail, catalogs, magazines, office supply boxes, paper file folders and tissue boxes.
Get free resources to expand your recycling habit, including recycling labels, a bag for collecting recyclables and a recycling guide.