Recycling can be terribly confusing, especially if you just recently realized how important each persons contribution can be to reverse climate change. We are stronger together. The following is a general guideline. Please check with your local communities guidelines. If your community does not recycle; press the importance with your local officials.
From OneClass.com By Daniel Feb 26, 2019
Picture this: you just finish eating your favourite meal in a styrofoam container along with your favourite chips and a refreshing can of pop.
You get up to throw everything out but you’re stuck.
Do you recycle everything? What about the chip bag? Is the styrofoam recyclable?
When it comes to waste, it’s important to know what you can recycle and what you can’t recycle. And to answer those questions, the chip bag and styrofoam are not recyclable items.
With landfills being the biggest contributor to soil pollution and 80% of landfill items being recyclable, it’s evident that we need to be more educated when it comes to what you can throw in your blue bin.
Since 9 out of 10 people said they would recycle if it were “easier”, we decided to create one of the most intuitive and easy-to-use recycling guides to help you identify what items can continue to be used after you.
Here’s what tools you have in this recycling guide: