One area that I know most
homeowners are focusing on is making their homes a more
Here are a few tips that
I've personally found very helpful when it comes to doing my part to “reduce,
reuse, and recycle.” Hopefully you find
this of interest, and I look forward to speaking with you next time you have
any real estate needs.
For some of us, recycling
is second nature. For others, it's a new
habit. Throwing cardboard boxes in the
recycling bin is one option, but here are a few unique ideas for ways you can
get better use of recycling in your life!
Rinse any glass or plastic
items well to prevent a smelly recycling area.
When possible, re-use items rather than recycling them.
Choose products with less
packaging, or recyclable packaging.
Give away items you no
longer want-don't throw them out! Look
into local non-profit organizations that will recycle your cell phone, computer
parts, or electronics.
Reuse items and products
as much as possible. Reusable dishes,
towels, containers, and cutlery will greatly reduce your amount of waste!
Consider repairing an old
item rather than throwing it in the garbage.
You might be able to find a new use for it, or get it up and running
with a few simply adjustments!
Make sure that the
schools, organizations, and workplaces your family frequents all have
recycling programs in place.