How To: Get Rid Of Your Lawn Signs

How To: Get Rid Of Your Lawn Signs

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Lise Harwin
Nov 11, 2008

So it's a week past the election and you're still looking out the window at your lawn sign. Recycle? Save for posterity? Re-nest offered a few ideas, but now you've got one other option -- get it out of your yard and onto your bike. Find out how below the jump!

According to Kent's Bike Blog, corrugated plastic signs (called coroplast) are perfect for crafting bike panniers, fenders and -- our favorite -- handlebar bags. Pick up a knife, marker and some basic supplies and give Kent's instructions a try!

If your bike's not in use during the chilly weather, there's still no excuse not to recycle. In the Portland area, see Metro's recycling site or visit Far West Fibers. Recycling resources for other states can be found here.

And if you're an Obama supporter, check out ObamaCycle to pass your campaign materials on to other fans for free.

Via: EcoMetro

Image: Lee Bennett

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