Recycling in a sentence

We must think about recycling energy.

He and I discussed the waste problem in terms of recycling.

He tied up the newspapers and took them out to the recycling bin.

He tied up the batch of newspapers and took them out to the recycling bin.

Make sure you crush all the tin cans before putting them in the recycling.

In 1972, the state of Oregon passed the nation’s first bottle recycling law.

Someone once said that advice is simply a way of recycling experiences we have had.

In 1898, the first rubbish-sorting plant for recycling opened in the United States.

She took all her old homework assignments and papers and threw them in the recycling bin.

I read somewhere that recycling one glass jar saves enough energy to watch television for 3 hours!
The University of Victoria has containers for recycling paper in every classroom on campus.

The first garbage-sorting plant for recycling in the United States was started in 1898.

The city is trying to reduce the amount of garbage going to the municipal dump by encouraging recycling.

Long before the concept became popular in the West, recycling was being practiced on a daily basis in Burma.

David Suzuki notes that soil is Earth’s primary filter, cleansing and recycling water and decaying material.

The recycling program here is quite good, with door-to-door collection of plastics, cans, bottles, and paper.

There are many things you can do in your everyday life to help protect the environment, such as recycling or riding a bicycle.

Since many organizations are putting effort into recycling in order to restore the natural environment, why won’t you contribute to reforestation?

Again, garbage and recycling collection will take place as scheduled.

Let’s get people recycling every day – at home, at work and on the go!”

The report says biodegradable plastic also poses a problem for recycling.

Smith now puts both the recycling bin and the trash can inside her garage.

Garbage and recycling pickup will be held all day on Feb. 5 in Spring Hope.

Currently, much of the glass left with curbside recycling ends up landfills.

As a result, the planet’s composting and nutrient-recycling system is broken.