Find out if there is a curbside program that is offered by your city. You can leave items that are recyclable in bins that are provided. The bins are collected once a week or once every two weeks. If your city doesn’t have a program, then you can get trash cans to collect newspapers, plastic and other items that you can take to your local recycling center. Save grocery bags to take to the store when you shop or to drop off at one of the containers outside the store. You can recycle while you are in the car by keeping a small trash can inside and disposing of items that you can add to your bins when you get home. If you get anything that is made of plastic or glass, reuse it at home so that you don’t have to throw it away. These are only some of the ways that you can start recycling no matter where you are.
You can also start recycling at work. Recycling in the office makes good business sense because it reduces clutter, saves space and money. Have a recycling campaign in the office and encourage your staff to participate. Increase staff participation by having posters and bin stickers about the campaign. If you have tons of waste, using Easi Recycling waste balers and compactors could help you make the most from your waste. This will result to fewer bins, tidier workplace and more savings.
You can publicize your recycling campaign to spread the word. It will sure impress your clients and it might also lead other offices to practice recycling.