1. Fortunately, I live in city with lots of easy to access recycling programs, pickups and venues. In addition to mandatory recycling cans at homes and bins in apartment buildings, we collection points at our Farmer’s Market and several local recycling centers. It’s such a pleasure to read and share your helpful and informative things to consider if your town doesn’t offer curbside recycling or if you’re just getting started. Thank you for partying with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I’m pinning and sharing this!

  2. Shelley

    Hi Deborah, it’s an honor to be featured at your blog hop! Thanks so much for reading and sharing the post. You have some great inspiration on your site, and I look forward to more parties! Thank you 🙂

  3. I just recently learned about grocery bag recycling at most grocery stores and was so excited when I did! Great post, thanks for sharing!

  4. I like the way you talk about recycling and simply throwing something in the trash. In my experience, recycling really can be contagious, and I can assume that the habit doesn’t take that long to get into. I’m trying to be better about recycling things like cardboard, so this was a great read for me. I’m excited to keep doing it!

  5. Thank you for sharing! As a waste company owner people often ask me how can they recycle on their own. The most recycling kiosks are a great and easy way to do so – just do it when you are out shopping or simply on a walk. It doesn’t take a lot of effort and it’s a great way to go green! Me and my wife have recently started to teach out children on the importance of such things. We even play some game involving recycling! Anyways – thank you again for the great and informational post! I wish you all the best!
    ~David Owens

  6. Shelley

    Thanks so much David! Best wishes with your recycling endeavors as well. I’m glad you stopped by!

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