Recycling Counts™ at home and at work! If you’re not already recycling at work, there are some easy ways to get started. First of all, keep recycling simple. Placing recycling bins next to trash cans make it just as easy to recycle as it is to throw something away. Make recycling a matter of thoughtfulness and choice instead of a matter of convenience.
How can you make the most of your recycling? First of all, it’s important to note that each city government has its own recycling rules and capabilities. Contact your city government to find out about the curbside recycling in your area, what’s recyclable, and how the collection process works. Curbside recycling is generally the best method of recycling!
From our favorite foods and beverages to personal care products, plastic packaging plays an important role in everyday life. What happens to packaging after use is equally important. The great news is that the majority of Americans have easy access to a plastics recycling program, whether it’s a nearby drop-off site or a curbside program. Recycled plastic packaging can be made into new bottles and other useful products.
Plastics are part of our everyday lives. From personal care products to our favorite foods and beverages, plastic packaging adds convenience to our lives. It’s the ultimate packaging and recycling material!
Strong, lightweight plastics enable packaging to do more with less. Plastic packaging delivers more food with less waste and energy compared to many alternatives.
You can practice Recycling Worth Repeating™ by placing your used bottles into the recycling bin. This simple action performed on a daily basis can truly make an impact. Recycled PET plastic is a valuable material that can be repurposed into new bottles or other useful items again and again.
Plastipak is excited to launch its newest sustainability effort Recycling Counts™, an online global community that supports recycling initiatives from Plastipak and its partners.
Our mission for Recycling Counts™ is to globally educate individuals and businesses on how to recycle PET and HDPE plastics with a bottle to bottle approach to recycling.
Did you know that when you recycle your used plastic bottles, they can actually be made into new bottles or other useful items? It starts with you simply placing your used bottles into the recycling bin. From there, the bottles are collected from homes, businesses and other recycling sites.