recycle aluminum cans recycle plastic soda bottles recycle batteries recycle newspapers recycle glass bottles recycle cardboard boxes recycle clothing and sneakers recycle tin food cans recycle computers and electronics recycle laundry detergent containers recycle plastic grocery bags recycle cell phones recycle food containers recycle paint and paint cans recycle milk jugs and cartons recycle ink cartridges and printer toner recycle televisions recycle clothes hangers recycle cardboard boxes recycle spray cans recycle clear glass bottles recycle newspapers recycle telephone books recycle water bottles

One day to educate. One day to motivate. One day to make recycling bigger and better 365 days a year. Get Involved!


Up your recycling game at school:

Join Recycle-Bowl

Give your Garbage Another Life

Take the I Recycle pledge online


Recycling at Work Pledge

A pledge for business.

Business Pledge

Old Friends and New Friends Get Together

In three quick steps, with our easy-to-use guide you can host an event in your community.

Host an event

About America Recycles Day

An initiative of Keep America Beautiful (KAB), America Recycles Day is the only nationally-recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the U.S.

Each fall, thousands of communities across the country participate in ARD on and around November 15 to promote environmental citizenship and encourage action. Through ARD, KAB, along with its affiliates and partners, inspires communities to directly engage their residents to recycle more and recycle right 365 days a year.

Since its inception in 1997, thousands of communities across the country have participated in ARD throughout the fall. With KAB’s support, recycling ambassadors recruit thousands of organizations, schools, colleges and universities, businesses, and government entities to get involved in educating residents of all ages about recycling resources in their community through collection drives, demonstrations, competitions, tours, displays and other special events.


Find out where products go to be recycled and what happens when they get there. Can you beat the last level? Play the Super Sorter Game.

I Want To Be Recycled

Consider the Container
Collect recyclables at home in a paper bag or cardboard box so that both the container and the contents can be recycled. Plastic bags are not recycled at the curb, but can be taken to many retail locations for recycling. Share this tip!

Print out this handy recycling guide for your fridge to demystify recycling for your whole family.

Will you take the pledge to recycle more?

Take the Pledge

Recent Pledges

Kelly P 09/19/2014

Go Green!!!

anonymous 09/17/2014

We're responsible for the afterlife of things we consume, electronic devices, card boxes, plastic bottles, etc.

Catherine S 09/16/2014

I would love to see our citizens in the South become more aware of recycling and do better. I am adamate about reducing our waste.

What's One Can?

"Alluminate" Your Perspective on beverage can recycling!

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*Please note: ARD T-shirts may be black or gray in color.

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