Ways to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Your Plastic Containers

How much of an impact can you have on the environment? Isn’t recycling and saving energy something that only adults can do? You might be surprised to learn that you can play a huge role in making a real difference. There are things that you can do at home, at school, or even while spending time in the backyard that can help conserve energy, reduce waste, and ensure that we take good care of the environment. One of the easiest ways for kids to help is learning how to recycle. A lot of the items that you use every day can be turned into something useful when recycled. From the milk cartons or jugs in the fridge to papers from school, you can collect these items and turn them in to a recycling center to go green! Plastic bottles can be made into lawn furniture. Some milk jugs can get a new life by being made into things to play on at a local playground. But there is more to do than just recycling. Turning off the lights when you leave the house can reduce energy costs (which makes Mom and Dad happy, too). Some families start composting. This means they take things like grass clippings and leftover food and turn them into mulch to keep plants thriving. There are lots of resources available to help you learn more about green energy, how to recycle, and what to do with a used plastic bottle. You can make a real difference in your environment!

New Location and Hours!

As of 12/8/17 Oscar Winski eRecycling will no longer be taking drop-off recycling Monday thru Friday. Electronics Recycling events will be held on the 2nd Saturday of every month starting January 13th from 8:00am to 2:00pm at our new location 1449 Veterans Memorial Parkway East, Lafayette, IN 47905
Most electronics recycling is accepted FREE OF CHARGE.
However, a few electronics recycling items incur an acceptance fee.• TVs contain materials that are poisonous to humans and expensive to recover.
• Breaking down wood-based products for recycling is labor intensive.TVs
Plastic TVs (under 32″) – $25

Plastic TVs (32″ & above) – $50
Wood or Broken TVs  – $90
CRT Computer Monitors – $25

Miscellaneous
Microwaves – $20
Misc electronics with wood – $15

Certified Data Destruction
On-site/while you wait – $15
Mailed/emailed  – $10