Did You Know? What Can I Recycle

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Even though recycling seems like a completely commonplace thing nowadays, a LOT of people are still clueless about what can or can’t be recycled. Blue Box Recycling

Even though recycling seems like a completely commonplace thing nowadays, a LOT of people are still clueless about what can or can’t be recycled. And although some cities like Toronto are easy going and say “throw in what you think is recyclable, and we’ll sort it out”, a lot of municipalities and recycling programs are far more stringent. So, if you’ve ever had doubts about what you should or shouldn’t throw into the blue bin for recycling, a straightforward guide provided by Obviously.com should have all of the answers for you. Carbon paper, food bags, drink boxes, and tons of other materials are surprisingly non-recyclable. So brush up on the list, and make the lives of the people recycling your trash easier.

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