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These are awesome tips for anyone trying to get into recycling. I definitely agree with tip number 4, about the importance of investing in good bins. My husband and I used to have a small bag in our mudroom for recycling and we never used it. Finally, we decided to get a big trash can and use it specifically for recycling…that’s made all the difference! Recycling really is quite easy, and it’s a great way to take care of our planet.Reply
Great tips! My sister and her colleagues are trying recently to reduce the waste they are producing at their office. Your tips and advises will be of a great help for them, so I’m surely recommending this post. Thanks for the nice information!Reply
Nice article but the incineration idea of reducing wastes is not correct. Standing to basic Lavoisier’s concept, burning stuff produces other wastes such as dioxins. Zero waste is not the goal but the path.Reply
One of the reasons I don’t recycle in an office setting is due to lack of recycling bins. I find that when these waste containers are available they are used for their purpose. The idea of using color-coded bins would work due to the fact that they would be easier to spot causing less confusion as to where things should go.Reply
Each cubicle we had in our office has recycling bins. This is one of the best way to reuse garbage to sort them out or waste sorting. Glad i found your blog to help us add more concern about garbage.Reply
I agree that reusing your paper more often can dramatically reduce the amount of waste that a company can make. Another thing that would be beneficial would be to give employees reusable bottle and cups that they can refill throughout the day to cut down on plastic. If you do that you would cut down on even more waste. Finally, companies should recycle all of the paper and plastic that they use as a company rather than trash it.Reply
Nice to read. So useful and informative tips about recycling. Many thanks for sharing them all.Reply
Recycling is one of the important techniques in reducing waste. As a matter of fact, recycling is the best methods for waste management.
Various waste management company have introduced effective solutions for waste recycling, disposal, reuse, and recycle. But nothing beats the inhouse management of waste.
I like the tip that you gave to use a labeling system with your recycling. My wife and I want to recycle her old car battery, and it would be important for us to know that we are doing so correctly. If we decide to recycle it, I will be sure to use a labeled container.Reply
Investing in labelled recycling bins has been the best way to encourage my employees to recycle. If people are confused as to what they can and cannot put in certain bins they tend to just put everything into a black landfill bin.Reply
If just 10% people in every country practice recycling that would be a big impact already to save materials and our planet.Reply
Office waste should be recycled as much as possible. Just dumping it in some landfill is complete injustice to the environment. It’s good to see that several companies have started going down the recycling route. Recycling of any types of waste is the best idea to contribute your bit to the environment conservation. Waste managers like Everything Rubbish have been working hard to innovate recycling technologies.Reply