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By: M&M Disposal & Bin Rental
There are a thousand things that you can do with just about everything you have in your home. Of course, if you can’t reuse something to continue to benefit you, recycle those items! to keeping the earth and our communities safe and clean.
Bread Tabs They can be used to hold your cords neat and bundled together. The close together opening allows you to push the cords inside, and keep them inside.
Bottle Caps Plastic bottle caps, they never seem to go away and they always seem to cluster together. Well, instead of recycling them into the waste, a small dab of glue or tape on a desk or surface can create a lift for any laptop computer.
Attendance Tape Dispensers Once the tape has finished in it and you’ve pulled out the tape cartridge, it leaves that plastic case behind. This is a great item to use to keep your earbuds organized, away from the tangled mess of pockets or drawers.
Tape Dispensers Once the tape has finished in it and you’ve pulled out the tape cartridge, it leaves that plastic case behind. This is a great item to use to keep your earbuds organized, away from the tangled mess of pockets or drawers.
Shoebox’s It is supper easy to put a thin amount of paint on these guys, or even reuse those magazines that you have lying around to cover the sides of!, and take them onto your wall.
Shoebox’s Old egg cartons, not very attractive in their normal appearance. But if you give them a small splash of paint they can become bright and creative center pieces. Fill them with homemade knickknacks, make them small planters for individual flowers, or even make them into a paperweight.
Mint Containers The mint containers, those cute little tins that can fit just about anywhere, are a great secret! If you have any left-over coffee filters or filters that wound up being the wrong size, cut them down and you can place them into the container.
Water Bottle You can cut the bottle completely in half and create a one of a kind fender for the front and back of your bike, or cut a bottle in half and attach it to the handle bars of your bike. This is great if you use your phone as a GPS or just attach it to your bike to make sure it doesn’t fall out of your pocket.