What can you do at home?
- Acquire a few recycle bins from your local municipality or city. They're usually free.
- Place these bins close to any trash can, so it's easy for your family to remember.
- Sort and take out the recycling on your local recycling company's schedule.
- Spread the word to other families to get involved.
What can you do at the office?
- Start talking to your boss or supervisor about recycling.
- Once the recycling containers are acquired, place them in convenient areas, beside trash cans.
- Spread the word in the office, send out an email blast, or hang signs. Make sure every employee knows that the office is a recycling office.
- Provide incentives for recycling, like office parties. A few cities do this now.
- If all these methods fail, talk to a local city-worker or council member to help you with your office's needs.
Get involved in your town.
- Help spread the word about residential recycling.
- Participate in trash clean ups. Some of this material can be recycled.
- Participate in town recycling meetings.
- Tour your local recycling facility.
- Learn about new and exciting recycling facts and methods.
Be a self-proclaimed recycle superstar.
- Strike up conversations with peers. Tell them all the cool stuff you learned on this site.
- Use your favorite social media tool to spread the word about recycling, and also tell them all the cool stuff you learned here.
- Travel around boasting about how you recycled tons of products, and how you're using cool recycled material.
- Be a leader: start a group to promote recycling, create campaigns, spread the word as best as you can.
Who did what?
- All graphics are original creations by Nick Meloy.
- Website developed and designed by Nick Meloy.
- Find more work from Nick Meloy at his Website
- Main Facts: The University of Utah
- Other Facts: Green Waste
- Supporting Details: WikiPedia (I know, I know. But I only used it for supporting details)