Give Your Garbage Another Life. Take The Pledge.

The national recycling rate has increased every year for the past 30 years.
The current recycling rate is 34.5%.
JOIN US IN RECYCLING MORE.
For America Recycles Day 2014, I pledge to:

Learn. I will find out what materials are collected for recycling in my community at americarecyclesday.org.

Act. Reduce my personal waste by recycling. Within the next month, I will recycle more.

Share. In the next month, I will encourage one family member or one friend to take the pledge.

51269 people have signed this pledge. Be the 51270th!
Please include me in once-a-month emails about recycling.
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Greg C 10/30/2014
Sandee 10/29/2014

I recycle or repurpose just about everything I can, although I know there's always more I could do. I pledge to do more. Money I get from recycling aluminum beverage cans goes to our local Keep Our Mountains Beautiful group, of which I am a co-founder & member.

Joyce O 10/29/2014

I cringe when I see shopping carts filled to the brim with plastic bags with groceries. Our new store manager is on board & we have given away many reusable bags.

Holly M 10/29/2014

I recycle unwanted mail -- coupons, grocery fliers and solicitation letters -- 6 days a week!

Holly M 10/29/2014

I recycle unwanted mail -- coupons, grocery fliers and solicitation letters -- 6 days a week!

Chande M 10/29/2014

Interstate is keeping America beautiful by recycling more batteries than we sell!

Mike M 10/29/2014
Roberta N 10/29/2014
anonymous 10/29/2014
Brenda R 10/29/2014

While it is important to divert secondary materials (recyclables) from landfills, REDUCING AT THE SOURCE is far more efficient and affordable. Try to limit the purchase of products in single use plastic containers. This is the first most important step that can be taken.

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