- Bottles in the Bin – Bin programs widely accept milk jugs, beverage bottles and even bottles from salad dressing, cooking oil and condiments; food jars from peanut butter and mayonnaise; bottles from shampoo, laundry detergent and household cleaners. Tip: place caps on bottles before tossing in the bin.
- Bring Your Bags – Recycle plastic bags at many major grocery and retail chains. You can include your grocery and retail bags, newspaper bags, dry cleaning bags, sandwich bags (with or without seal), and wraps from bread, bathroom tissue, paper towels, beverage cases, diapers and baby wipes.
- Containers, Cups and Lids – Many communities recycle plastic containers as well as bottles. Check your community’s website or with your local grocer to see if they collect yogurt cups, butter tubs, deli containers, lids and other plastics.
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