America Recycles Day – on Nov. 15 – is a great time to celebrate recycling and learn new ways to recycle in your home.  With the national recycling rate at 34.3 percent, there is still plenty we can do to recycle more, to recycle right and to convert friends and family into recyclers. So, how can we work together to increase that recycling rate? Let’s start by recycling in the bathroom. We have found that only
October 27, 2015

#IWillRecycle Sweepstakes

During America Recycles Day 2015, individuals are encouraged to take the “I Will Recycle” Pledge. Between Oct. 15 and Nov. 20, the America Recycles Day “I Will Recycle” Sweepstakes will provide four people the chance to win an Apple Certified Refurbished iPad mini 3. Individuals are encouraged to demonstrate their recycling spirit and automatically be entered in the sweepstakes by posting a photo on Twitter at@KABTweet or @RecyclesDay or @KeepAmericaBeautiful on Instagram holding a recyclable
NATIONAL AWARENESS AND EDUCATION INITIATIVE ENCOURAGES AMERICANS TO TAKE THE “I WILL RECYCLE” PLEDGE; EVENT ACTIVITIES, TIPS, REGISTRATION AND MORE AVAILABLE AT AMERICARECYCLESDAY.ORG STAMFORD, Conn. (Oct. 15, 2015) — “Bathrooms, Bags & Gadgets” is the theme of the 2015 America Recycles Day, which takes place on and in the weeks leading into Nov. 15. America Recycles Day, a Keep America Beautiful initiative, is the only nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in
As we lead up to America Recycles Day 2015, on November 15, we are asking staff to share their favorite recycling tip with you. Here’s Keep America Beautiful Senior Vice President/Recycling Brenda Pulley’s tip:  So over the past month, have you ordered anything that was delivered to your home?  I, in an effort to take advantage of end-of-season sales, ordered new cushions for chairs on my front porch. Take a look at the photo below of
July 15, 2015

10 in the Bin

In an effort to help unify and simplify recycling messaging – Keep America Beautiful has partnered with National Waste and Recycling Association, Solid Waste Association of North America and the U.S. EPA to develop the “Top 10 in the Bin.” These infographic resources are to help answer the question – “What can I recycle” in a clear, concise and positive way by listing the most widely and easily recycled items. Posters and Flyers Flyer (Color)