Live Green and Earn Points


  • Barbara C. 1 year ago
    You can easily make a set of "bowling pins" from the drinkable yoghurt bottles. Just remove the shrinkwrap, and keep the bottles the original white, or you can add a few rings of paint around the side, to make them look like an authentic bowling pin design. Use an old rubber ball for the bowling ball, or even a whiffle ball if you're playing inside on a rainy day.
  • tommy b. 1 year ago
  • Diana R. 1 year ago
    Years ago, my Dad made an ice skating rink in our backyard.
  • erica m. 2 years ago
    Illuminated glow bracelets create their own disposable waste! EEEEK. Instead, a reusable glow-in-the-dark toy would work in the pool at night. Or buy some glow-in-the-dark paint additive and DIY.

    I am surprised a recyclebank article would advocate the purchase of disposable junk like glow bracelets..... unless it is referring to a greener version, in which case it should educate readers on the details. Could be a good pre-Halloween article!
  • michael h. 2 years ago
    I would have loved seeing the instructions for making the suggested items (the DIY bubble wand in particular)
    • Jessica H. 2 years ago
      Hi Michael - they can be hard to see, but there are embedded links for instructions for many of these products we mentioned in the piece. For instance, here's where I found the DIY bubble wand instructions:
    • michael h. 2 years ago
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