1. R & R & R
Reducing the amount that we consume, is the first step.
Using a water filter and reusable container you can reduce or completely eliminate your need for disposable plastic bottles.
Finding constructive Reuses for “waste” materials is next.
If it’s broken, fix it don’t replace it! If you can, return it to the producer.
Finally recycle; you could set your empty water bottles on the Amapas Recycling Program.
2. Know what you can and can’t recycle.
Read up on the recycling rules for Amapas Recycling Program and make sure you don’t send anything in that can’t be processed. Each city or campaign might has its own specifics, so try to follow those guidelines as best you can.
AMAPAS RECYCLING PROGRAM INSTRUCTION
3. Buy recycled.
The essence of recycling is the cyclical movement of materials through the system,. Supporting recycling means feeding this loop by not only recycling, but also supporting recycled products.
4. Encourage an artist
If you know someone interested in making art from recycled materials, offer to provide supplies. Many school children need items like paper towel tubes for art projects.
5. Support “no profit” organizations.
Amapas Recycling Program included a Separate mini-program of plastic caps recollection, and we deliver to a no profit organization named “Angeles en Libertad”; this no profit organization works helping kids and family on poverty with medicine and medical attention.
6. Recycle your greenery
Composting is one of the simplest and most effective recycling methods. Both your garden cuttings and your green kitchen waste can go into an outdoor or indoor composter.
7. Recycle your robots.
Electronics recycling is becoming more common in many urban areas, battery recycling is very simple, and there are a number of non-profit organizations that will take computer parts and turn them into working computers for others.
8. Become a waste-stream analyst
To better understand the kind of materials that enter and leave your home, office, or School, consider conducting a waste audit. Set a span of time like a week or a month, and separate your waste categories.