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Under-the-Sink Recycling Storage

We all know recycling is a good thing to do but it’s not always convenient.

In my home one of the hassles was having to walk to the recycling bin in the garage every time we wanted to recycle something.  I solved this problem by adding a small Rubbermaid dishpan under my sink. I now have a place to temporarily keep a few bottles, cans and newspapers without having to walk to the garage every five minutes.  The small size is a perfect fit, the handles allow for easy carrying, and the tall sidewalls keeps everything from spilling out.

How have you handled recycling in your home?


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3 Responses to Under-the-Sink Recycling Storage

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  3. Tanna September 5, 2008 at 1:00 pm #

    We have a cabinet that we turned into a pull out drawer. The front trash can is for trash and we put the recyclables in the trash can behind it. When it gets full we take it to the garage and separate the cans, cardboard and plastic into three bins and at the end of the week take it to our local recycling center.

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