Sep 3, 2008

Recycling Tips!

Starting in the fall, I like to clean out closets and drawers before sprucing up the house for the holidays.
I usually donate things like clothes, toys and baby items, to Goodwill or a local charity thrift shop. Some things I feel better recycling.

I found some links I will look into this year and thought I'd share:

Soles United - send them your old Crocs and they make them into new shoes for people in impoverished regions of the world.
Give the Gift of Sight - they take sunglasses and eye glasses and donate them to someone in a developing country.
Used Brick Liquidators - will take your old Legos and re-sell them, providing support to several missionary groups.
Book Crossing - is a tracking site of sorts where you can "set your books free" to be read by anyone and track where it travels. It's a terrific idea!
Book Crossing is defined as "the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise".
Kidz Art - uses your old CD's and DVD's for their children's art projects.
Green Disk - is a service that helps you recycle all your computer trash.


Vixen said...

I have been setting books free for over a year with Book Crossings. It is just too fun to leave a book somewhere and try to find where it ends up!

BTW, I have awarded you here:

Ms.L said...

That's a really good idea!
I've been thinking I need to do the
same lately..I have no idea how my house
(which is tiny) gets so cluttered.

PurrPrints said...

What useful links--I hate the idea of anything going to waste, so thank you!

Rachel said...

Thanks for the tips. =) Thanks for stopping by my blog too. I hope you have a great day. =)

Pink Lemonade Bags said...

Thanks for all the links! They are definitely some to bookmark for future use!

Jenny said...

Neat link list! I've set several books free over the years...and NO ONE has registered them! Dirtbags!! lol!! I still set them free makes me feel good! lol!!

Nodin's Nest said...

Nice to see others have tried the Book Crossing, seems like such a cool idea to me!
Thanks so much for visiting.

CanCan said...

These are a some great resources! Thanks for posting this!

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