One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Recycling

Our tip for today: Recycle more. Clearly label bins so it’s easy for your family to recycle aluminum, plastic, and paper. Look for community recycling programs for hazardous materials like batteries and fluorescent light bulbs. The more closely you look, the more you’ll realize how many items we all just toss in the trash that can actually be reused and recycled. By keeping all this glass, paper, and plastic out of landfills and repurposing it, we can make a huge impact on our environment. The next time you drain a can of soda or finish reading a magazine, make sure you throw them into a recycling bin. It’s easy and eco-friendly!

For more helpful ideas on how to get the whole family involved in going green, pick up a —set goals as a family, track your progress, and get exclusive access to online games. Just because you’re doing good doesn’t mean you can’t be having fun, too!