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Monday, October 12, 2015

Easy Ways To Recycle and Re-Use at Home (FREE Printable)

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Do you recycle? Do you have recycling bins in your home? We used to have our own county issued recycling bins in our last home but when we moved to our apartment, we found community recycling bins in the back of the complex. They are not as convenient as the ones in our previous home, but that hasn't stopped us from recycling everyday. We already have a chore chart up in our house for regular chores so I decided to create a Recycling Assignment chart to handle all the recycling that piles up in our kitchen!

See these 4 kids? I try my best to teach them to take care of their planet and even though I am showing you complete goofballs in this picture, they take their recycling seriously!

Right-click below to download our Recycling Assignment Chart for your home! This printable also has notes about what is recyclable so your kids learn as they go!

Our recycling assignment chart is up on our fridge where we can all see it everyday. We are each assigned a day and have been pretty good at keeping up. We also re-used a box we already had as our in-house recycling bin. Nothing fancy but it's on less box hanging out in a landfill.

Re-using something or giving it a "second chance" is important in our home. We try to buy recycled products as much as possible and we give our business to companies who have also taken on this initiative. Energizer® is one of these companies. Energizer has released new EcoAdvanced™ batteries. These are the world's first AA battery made with 4% recycled batteries and is Energizer's longest lasting battery! TRY IT! Power your most critical devices AND have less impact on the planet!

Energizer® EcoAdvanced™ AA and AAA batteries are available at your local Target in the batteries section. Pick some up today and update your home with guilt-free energy!

1 comment:

  1. Our recycling bin is usually fuller than our garbage bin every week. It seems like we recycle everything in our house. #client



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