December holidays bring a lot of presents and upgrades to technology. Not everything old should go into the garbage. Here we explore some Holiday Recycling lessons from around the world.
- What are examples of holiday recycling?
- How are trees recycled?
- When is the next electronics recycling day?
#HolidayRecycling Tip 4: Do not toss your old phone or tablet in with the recycling. Check with your local service provider on any special instructions or electronics recycling options. #WednesdayWisdom #Sustainability #HappyHolidays pic.twitter.com/o98k0axl9G
— Republic Services (@RepublicService) December 20, 2017
Not all waste can be recycled in our curbside recycling program, here is a list of items that will require a bit more work – we can cut down on our landfill garbage by upcycling, reusing, composting, and donating when possible! #holidayrecycling https://t.co/D4G53s7lTl pic.twitter.com/Lq4t9T5Kq8
— VI Green Biz (@VIGreenBiz) December 21, 2017
Christmas Eve is upon us. One more sleep until a day full of food, presents and uncles eating a bit too much Christmas pudding. Check out our 10th Christmas recycling tip below… #recycleright #Holidayrecycling
— SouthNorfolkCouncil (@SNorfolkCouncil) December 24, 2017
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) December 27, 2017
Republic Services releases ‘naughty-and-nice’ list for holiday recycling