The wastes that have recycling potential go well beyond what you can throw in your blue bin, and aren’t limited to consumer products and packaging.
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British company Knowaste has developed technology to reclaim plastic and fiber from dirty diapers and other absorbent hygiene products.
Easy upcycler Jennifer Tuohy walks you through the process of turning parts of an old crib into a closet accessories rack.
Got a plastic bottle in the recycling bin? Than you’ve got the main thing you need for this DIY cellphone charging cradle – check out our tutorial.
When you spent your whole life thinking of books, mail, and news in terms of paper, going paperless can be difficult. Here are some tips.
Paul Nadjarian of Mojo Motors explores the challenges presented by electric car batteries, and the opportunities created for battery recycling.
Got a perfectly good mirror and frame… that’s really ugly? Don’t trash it: get a can of spray paint, and turn it into modern decor.
Figuring out how to reduce waste can reduce your retirement’s impact on the environment, and save you money in the process. Here are four tips.
Have your kids outgrown the crib? Our easy upcycling expert walks you through the process of converting it into a porch swing for the whole family.
It’s Fix a Leak Week, so what better time to find that water leak under your sink or toilet, and fix it. The EPA WaterSense program shares some ideas…
Got a soda bottle sitting in the recycling bin? Turn it into a bird feeder just in time for Spring…
See how Home Depot upcycling expert Jennifer Tuohy created a small, funky bedroom entertainment center from an old, rotting two-drawer dresser… easily!
Glass jars that once held jams, jellies, honey, and other condiments can find a second life as kitchen accessories. Here are some ideas…