Live Green and Earn Points


  • Brandi M. 6 months ago
    What about using paper bags for recyclables?
  • Felix I. 7 months ago
    I have 10,000 points and I want to spend them in magazines but Recyclebank doesn't have any that I like. The magazines that I like are Money, psychology today, out door photography, popular mechanic, darkroom photography, American photography, wedding photography, digitar photography, coin price, scuba diving, popular photography, and popular science.
    • Gina G. 5 months ago
      Just keep looking and trying. The choices of magazines do change. I have been happily surprised a few times. I have also sent on magazines to friends and family.
    • M M. 5 months ago
      You can get access to a some of those online for free through your local library using Overdrive or Libby. It won't help you spend your points but it is recycle-friendly.
    • Felix I. 3 months ago
  • Olivia K. 7 months ago
    I use the clear plastic containters for storage. I like the fact that they are clear, so I put my bathroom items in them, and kitchen items.
  • Terry F. 8 months ago
    I agree, choice of magazines aren’t great!
  • John M. 1 year ago
    Is Recyclebank headed for the trash pile? Ever since it was taken over by RTS it has steaily gone down hill. Opportunities to achieve points have dwindled to only the Daily Pledge and even the Persistent Pledger achievement has done away. No social media updates since January. I do not see a bright furure for Recyclebank.
    • Mark M. 10 months ago
      I totally agree with you. We can not even get our orders in a timely fashion
    • Gina G. 5 months ago
      Are you and the rest only here to get rewards? I enter daily just to see what I can do to help. Yes, I hope this site will continue with more information to aid the planet.
    • Felix I. 3 months ago
      That is great! I'm here to learn more because my family and I love to recycle + every spring we voluntary help to clean our two rivers, the Spiker, and Merrimack rivers + our two local parks. 75, 000 people are residents in this small city, and we do not receive enough money from the state. So the city two programs to educate the people to recycle, and planting trees. So if Recyclebank offer rewards I'll get them to save some money, and I help to keep my city clean at the same time.
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