How To Recycle Beer Cap Caps

The first step to enjoying a bottle of beer is to remove the cap. When you are done with your beer, you can dispose of the cap in your trashcan. However, you might want to recycle your glass bottle. You might be interested to learn that beer bottles can also be recycled. Take your cap … Read more

How To Recycle Concrete Blocks

When you’ve finished your home renovation project, disposing of the resulting debris can be challenging. Recycling materials whenever possible keeps waste out of landfills and takes no more effort than disposing of the waste. Old concrete blocks, which include breeze blocks and pavers, can be crushed, and the material can be used for filler in … Read more

How To Recycle Oil Heaters

An oil heater uses a heating element at the base of the unit to warm oil, which is then circulated throughout the cavities of the heater. The oil is able to hold the heat due to its high heat capacity and boiling point, and that warmth is slowly transferred to the room. Consumers who no … Read more

How To Recycle Mini Kegs

For environmentally conscious beer drinkers, mini-kegs have several advantages over individual bottles or cans. They result in much less waste, with one larger container replacing 20 or more smaller containers; there is no need for a cardboard box or plastic rings; and mini-kegs save space, so manufacturers can transport more beer using less gasoline. Mini-kegs … Read more

How To Recycle Upholstery Foam

Most upholstery foam is a polyurethane foam that is flame-retardant and usually ends up in landfills. These unwanted pieces of foam, which are often ripped or oddly shaped, may seem difficult to recycle or reuse. Polyurethane foam can be a challenge with commercial recycling centres, as some won’t accept it. However, upholstery foam still has … Read more