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America Recycles Day 30

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This November, help us celebrate America Recycles Day by taking any or all of the pledges below. When you're done, please consider sharing these pledges on social media using #PHXRecyclesDay.

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CELEBRATE AMERICA
RECYCLES DAY
November 15, 2017
love-recycling
Pledge for the community. Pledge for their future.
This November, help us celebrate America Recycles Day by taking any or all of the pledges below. When you're done, please consider sharing these pledges on social media using #PHXRecyclesDay.

Plastic Bags

Plastic Bags

Pledge to not bag your recyclables. Keep them clean, dry and loose in the container.

Soft Plastics

Soft Plastics

Pledge to keep all soft plastics (bags and film) out of the recycling container.

Plastic Straws

Plastic Straws

Pledge to avoid using plastic straws and keep them out of the recycling container.

Teaching Kids

Teaching Kids

Pledge to explain plastic recycling numbers and codes to young friends or family.

Reuse Products

Reuse Products

Pledge to use more reusable products.

Teach Neighbors

Teach Neighbors

Pledge to educate your neighbors on what is recyclable in Phoenix.

New to Recyclebank?

Every time you learn online or take a pledge with us, you can earn points. All you have to do is sign up, which is easy and free. Once you’ve racked up enough points, you can turn them into all sorts of rewards or make donations to local charities.

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  • Christopher M. 8 months ago
    I love this site, it keeps me on my toes to recycle properly.
  • Roger R. 8 months ago
    Are the reward benefits (gift cards) going to get any better than what we have to choose from?
  • shari l. 8 months ago
    I already do most of these. I do not take plastic bags when shopping. But there always seem to be some in the house. What should I do with those plastic bags?
  • Marilu K. 9 months ago
    I joined recyclebank earlier this year and the many activities I've completed have changed our family's mindset about reusing and recycling in many, many different areas. We always take cloth bags to grocers and stores, carry empty recyclables home so we can control that they are correctly recycled through our city, refuse straws at restaurants, choose paperless options whenever possible, donate our books to libraries and make sure that we share our no longer needed treasures with organizations that can use or repurpose them instead of having them go to landfills. Win, win!
  • Mary J. 9 months ago
    I drive my husband crazy with all the reuseable bags we own. Try my best to not have to use "plastic" grocery bags when at any store. I lived in a National Park back in the 90's and we recycled everything.
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