Cereal boxes are made of light cardboard that is very easy to recycle. You should be able to recycle your cereal boxes with other paper products like newspapers, envelopes, and other food boxes. Recycling programs and roadside recycling centers should include all paper products. It is a good idea to disassemble cereal boxes before putting them in the trash. They take up less space when they are flat, and they will go through recycling machines more easily.
How to recycle cereal bags
Most granola bags are made from high density polyethylene, also known as HDPE or under recycling number 2. Known in the recycling industry as “foil”, this type of plastic can be processed back into plastic bags. It can also be converted into plastic bottles, lumber, pipes and a number of other products. Some roadside recycling programs use cereal bags, plastic bags, and other types of film. Santa Barbara, CA, and Madison, WI, allow residents to put plastic bags in their trash can. If you live in a community that allows it, be sure to follow your recycling company’s directions for recycling plastic bags. You often want to put all your plastic bags in one bag so that individual bags don’t blow away in the wind or get tangled with other materials. Recycling programs for roadside plastic bags are still relatively rare.
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The best place to look for a plastic bag recycler is at your grocery or other retail store. My local Albertsons has recycling bins for plastic bags right in the shop. Many WalMart stores offer recycling of plastic bags. Rhode Island has a widely used plastic bag recycling program called ReStore. Almost all grocery stores, wholesalers, and pharmacies have large blue trash cans where they collect plastic bags for recycling. The recycling company TerraCycle has teamed up with several grain producers to recycle their plastic bags. People who buy Malt-o-Meal, Three Sisters, Bear River Valley and Sally’s cereals can send their bags to TerraCycle through their Mom Brands Cereal Brigade. Visit the website for more information on how the program works. You must register for the TerraCycle program and pay the postage for the shipping of plastic cereal bags. All of these programs have one thing in common: your plastic granola bags must be dry and contain no grain. Make sure you empty the bag really well before sending it for recycling. You shouldn’t wash the inside with water, but you can quickly wipe it off with a towel to remove crumbs.
How to reuse cereal boxes and bags
I enjoy sewing (or at least before having twins), and sometimes I followed sample projects for application projects in cereal boxes to create templates. The box has the right weight to make durable and easy-to-use parts. There are many different ways to reuse cereal boxes. A blog post in Saved by Love Creations lists 50 craft projects that use cereal boxes, including piñatas, gift bags, puzzles and desk organizers. The Babble site has 20 projects, many of which are suitable for children. Cereal bags are less common for production. However, they are high quality plastic bags that you can continue to use as such. Put products to keep your vegetables fresh in the refrigerator. Place them on bowls or other plates and fix them with an elastic band or placing them in one place. Do you have other creative uses for granola bags? I would like to know about it.
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