The Internet Consumer Recycling Guide
This recycling guide provides a starting point for consumers in the USA and
Canada searching the net for recycling information. The information is for
regular folks with regular household quantities of materials to recycle. The
goal is to help make recycling so easy and automatic that it blends into the
flow of everyday life. We hope these resources are of use to you:
Recycling and identity theft If it has your account numbers or other sensitive information on it, take care when recycling... somebody may be watching. If you tear paper, we recommend putting each half in a different bin (or composting half, recycling the other half). For larger quantities professional shredding is avaialble. For a list of low cost shredding events see http://www.shred-day.com/ or inquire at your Fire Department's non-emergency office.
Linking to, but not copying, this material is permitted. Please use "www.obviously.com/recycle/". Comments, updates, and reprint requests (but not questions about recycling in a particular city) are welcome at recycle3 'at' obviously.COM.
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Keywords: consumer recycling, home recycling, about recycling, environmental
recycling education, recycling waste & garbage, curbside recycling, local
recycling, recycling, recycling, recycling.
Last major update, July 2001.