The Best Resources for Recycling and Donating

The Best Resources for Recycling and Donating

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Cambria Bold
Jan 2, 2011
From toxic cleaners to old tech, we've covered it all. There are more resources now than ever before to help you divert these substances from ending up in a landfill. Check through these 20 posts from 2010 on what to recycle and where to donate. TOP ROW1 Green Cleaning: Where To Make Donations2 5 Ways To Recycle Your Old Digital Camera3 Recycling Batteries and Lightbulbs4 Convenient Donation Pick-Up: Vietnam Veterans of America5 New iPhone & Android Recycling App: My Recycle List SECOND ROW6 Dispose of Toxic Substances Locally With Earth9117 5 Places to Donate Extra Crafting Supplies8 Good Idea: Donate Last Year's School Supplies9 Donating Used Furniture to a Thrift Store? Think Again10 Recycling Electronic Cables and Power Cords THIRD ROW11 Terracycle Wants to be the Google of Garbage12 3 Alternative Ways To Get Large Donations Dropped Off13 Favorite Ways to Recycle and Reuse Old Tech14 Hard to Recycle Items and Where to Take Them15 Hey, Even Vibrators Need To Be Recycled! FOURTH ROW16 How To Recycle Just About Anything17 Where To Donate Your Books18 Wait, Does This Go In the Recycling Bin?19 How To Recycle Plastic Caps20 Where To Recycle All Your Holiday Leftovers
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Welcome to Re-Nest's end-of-year roundup!
We're making our way through 2010 and rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts. Also on deck during this time: the Re-Nest editors get personal in our "Meet the Team" series, a special group of guest bloggers share their green resolutions, and we go big with Green City Guides, from Montreal to Madison.
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