Greater Philadelphia Recycling

 

 

 

I have many clients at the Philadelphian in Fairmount and they have a good plan for recycling. 

Great job!

 

 

Did you know used compact florescent bulbs can be dropped off at IKEA?

 

 

IKEA

Address: 400 Alan Wood Rd
Conshohocken, PA 19428
Phone:(888) 888-4532

 

 

 

 

Great job Sutcliffe Park in Conshohocken.

I wish every park would build this and have this option.

Single Stream Recycling means

No more sorting is needed.  All of your recyclables can be mixed together and placed in your recycling container!

 

Most counties accept the following: 

  • All Cardboard
  • Newspaper, inserts & junk mail
  • Magazines, Catalogs and envelopes
  • Phone Books and Paperback Books
  • Office & School Papers (colored paper too)
  • Paper Egg Cartons
  • Paper Bags
  • Aluminum Cans & Clean Foil
  • Tin & Steel Aerosol Cans (Empty)
  • Glass Jars & Bottles (Empty, please remove all lids from jars and bottles)
  • All Plastic Containers Marked 1-7

  

 

 

 

 

We all have three choices when discarding our trash.

 *Landfill     *Recycling     *Compost   

 Where will you put yours?

WHOLE FOODS

 

Batteries, Corks & Plastic Bags

 

 

If you must use plastic bags please recycle them at your local foodstore.

 

Batteries can be recycled too.

 

Recycled wine corks can be made into useful self-sustaining products. Like tiles for walls, floors, and other building products. They also offer wine corks to teachers for creative art uses in their classrooms. The value of recycling the wine cork has been recognized for quite some time and if you love wine, chances are you can find great ways to recycle your wine corks.

 

This is a recycling center at Best Buy in Conshohocken. 

How do the Best Buy recycling programs work?

Customers can get rid of their old or unwanted appliances and electronics in several ways:

  • Recycling kiosks — Every U.S. Best Buy store has kiosks, just inside the front doors, to drop off ink and toner cartridges, rechargeable batteries, and wires, cords and cables, plastic bags and gift cards.
  • Recycling in-store at the Customer Service counter — Best Buy stores accept most electronics, with a few exceptions. Please select your state from the drop-down menu onwww.BestBuy.com/recycle to view program details for your area.
  • Appliance and TV recycling options — Best Buy will remove an appliance or TV free of charge from a customer's home when a new product is purchased and delivered by Best Buy. Or, for a fee, we can schedule a pickup with no product purchase.
  • Reclaimed product from Trade-In — If products cannot be refurbished or resold, Best Buy will ensure the products are responsibly recycled.For more info
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