TOPIC: RECYCLING (27)
Everyone has stuff they don't need anymore. Maybe your child outgrew their old clothes, or you moved to a new place and have old furniture to get rid of. Whatever it is you're looking for, someone somewhere is trying to throw it away. We're here to make sure nothing goes to waste.
Every year, millions of dollars worth of value on MTA MetroCards is lost or discarded. MetroChange takes this value and puts it to good use, before cards are discarded. Swipe your MetroCard at a MetroChange kiosk; the value on the card is transferred to a central fund. This fund is donated to a charity once per month. The physical card is taken for recycling.
Total Reclaim recycles computers and electronics in the Pacific Northwest via a high-capacity electronics recycling facility. They offer a variety of environmental services for management of electronics and other materials, including fluorescent lamps, refrigerant gases and appliances.
Earth911 is a privately owned, for-profit company that specializes in providing consumers with accessible and actionable recycling information across the US. Our Earth911 Recycling Directory is the most accurate and comprehensive directory of its kind and contains recycling information for over 300 materials. We have collected over 1 million ways to recycle that people can search for to find their nearest recycling options and resources.
Recycle Now is an offical UK campaign to encourage people to recycle more things more often. More than six out of ten of us now describe ourselves as committed recyclers, compared to less than half when the campaign began in 2004.
e-Stewards was founded by the Basel Action Network to develop globally responsible electronics recycling to service people and businesses around the world.
Recycling International magazine is the voice of the worldwide recycling industries. Our monthly magazine combines in-depth articles with latest news stories: from recycling technology and scrap market updates, to reports about individuals and major companies.
Recyclebank is working towards a world without waste by rewarding people for taking everyday green actions. It’s free to join and as easy as 1, 2, 3. Earn points for taking everyday green actions, redeem them for great rewards, and learn ways to save money and live greener every day!
The Freecycle Network™ is made up of 5,047 groups with 8,977,145 members around the world. It's a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (and getting) stuff for free in their own towns. It's all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills. Each local group is moderated by local volunteers (them's good people).
Our goal here at Hipcycle is to offer upcycled products that are as attractive, durable, and otherwise as desirable as traditional equivalent products (if not more so). We also strive to offer products that are priced about the same as regular high-quality products. We don’t feel that just because something is a “green” product that is means you have to make a choice between helping the environment and getting what you want.
Dell Reconnect is a partnership with Goodwill® that provides convenient drop-off computer recycling that’s environmentally responsible and completely free. The program accepts any brand of equipment in any condition at over 2,400 Goodwill locations.
EQO Optics is a small partnership based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We are dedicated to reducing local waste by recycling community-donated skateboards into a high quality & innovative product. Every pair of sunglasses are hand-made & hand-finished from local recycled skateboards, providing a unique and individual look.
In addition to the eco-friendly & enduring nature of our shades, we keep it classy with the highest quality Carl Zeiss polarized lenses available!
Origin Recycled Goodshttp://www.originrecycledgoods.com
This shop features fine finished products made with upcycled materials. We aim to reduce the amount of waste reaching landfills by intercepting it and providing a clean, durable and sustainable product.