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Did you know steel cans are the most recycled form of packaging? More fun facts: http://bit.ly/HrGS0O

There is no excuse not to recycle. >> Nifty infographic shows the ins and outs of recycling | MNN - Mother Nature Network

55-gallon steel drums #repurposed into amazing furniture collection: http://bit.ly/1uC08DG

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Recycling is a win-win for all. Helps to create new jobs and new industries and makes our country stronger. If we don't work on creating new jobs in our country, the recycled plastic is shipped to other countries like China and they get all the benefits. Making goods from recycled materials saves money, energy costs, and pollution. Takes less energy and money to make goods from recycled materials than raw oil. Don't drink out of #7 plastic to avoid BPA a chemical with potential risks.

Bird On Stand - Recycled steel - Garden Sculpture Recycled Metal Garden Art is something I'd love to learn. Will they take 52 year old women in metal shop classes?

Great infographic discussing with amazing stats! Start recycling today with wasteconnectionsmemphis.com

Solar panel made of pop cans...amazing...

Recycling by the numbers infographic

Use a can opener to open sealed plastic packaging and 34 other 'life changing' ideas. Lots of good tips!!!

It’s a pretty old trick to take a simple steamer or colander and use it as a light shade, so designer Nadia Belalia upped the ante with her series of transformed and customized steamer lamps. Belalia has deconstructed the lowly kitchen utensil into a series of lamps with a steampunk sensibility – rivets pin petals of folded stainless steel, giving each design a kinetic punch.

What’s your recycling goal for this week?

Yeah...learned a LOT of fun tricks!

Recycled Easter Egg Snake! Fun project for the kids!

Turn something you'd normally throw away into a fun project!

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A Guide to Recycling Symbols #Infographic #recycle #sustainability www.recycletompkins.org

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