Plastic is a man-made material which is typically made from petrochemicals or petroleum-derived compounds. There are different types of plastic which are identified based on the code number within three chasing arrows. Continue reading “Facts About Plastic”
Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Recycling Explained
Recycling is anything that involves recovering and reusing materials/products that are normally considered rubbish and thrown away. Continue reading “What are the 3 types of recycling?”
Some people like to recycle, and some people like to collect their recyclables, but hate going to recycling center. This is where RecycleBro helps; By connecting both the individuals, the recycler and the collector, we are able to help the world by getting those discarded items to the recycling center.
Whether you are a collector of recyclables or enjoy going to the recycle center, then you need to download this app, and get started today.
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A local government in Japan composts, recycles, or reuses 80% of its garbage. It may not technically be 100% zero waste, but impacts have been positive.
Baltimore suspends recycling for three weeks, due to pandemic. Now opportunity to collect recyclables increases with app RecycleBro. Continue reading “This is the time to collect Recyclables!”
A whopping 91% of plastic isn’t recycled. Billions of tons of plastic have been made over the past decades, and much of it is becoming trash and litter.
Some states provide online listings of supermarkets, drugstores and other sites where you can return bottles and cans for money. Check to see if your state has such a listing. Other states require businesses that sell drinks in containers eligible for recycling accept them for recycling and pay consumers the deposit back. Visit the website for your state’s recycling program to see if that’s how it works where you live.
The cans you recycling will be crushed and cut anyways, so crushing the can before recycling is fine, but keep in mind, your bags might weigh so don’t over fill. Continue reading “Should I crush cans before recycling?”
A full bag of cans can bring you around $12 to $20 depending on where you live. On average you can earn $15 per bag. A crushed can of bags can yield $50+ Continue reading “How much is a garbage bag full of cans worth?”
There are many recycling centers at supermarkets & convenience stores. Your states website would have a local list as well. You can also download apps which can help. Continue reading “Where can I turn in cans and bottles for money?”