It doesn’t take much to make a difference to your family’s recycling habits. Chances are, you already put your old papers in the allocated bin and rinse out your used tins and put them in the recycling, but there are more ways to help the environment.
What can you recycle?
The usual recycling items include all glass jars and bottles, aluminum and steel cans, plastic soft-drink bottles and plastic milk and detergent bottles. You can also include paper, light cardboard, newspapers and junk mail, milk and fruit juice cartons.
But what about those items that stop being useful and can’t be put in the traditional recycling bins? Here, we take a look at all the things you should be recycling at home but probably aren’t:
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