Recycling 101

WAYS TO RECYCLE/REUSE

APP _FOR THAT: iRecyc/e

 

WEBSITE: Earth911.com

 

SUPPPORT THE LIBRARY:
EVOLVE RECYCLING: www.evolverecycling.com
(Recycle ink/toner cartridges – click here for the list of toner/cartridges that can be recycled and dropped off at the NTL)

 

HOUSEHOLD_HAZARDOUS_RECYCLING:

 

GENERAL_’WHERE TO’ RECYCLINGclingworksma.com/how-to/business-sector-guidance/offices/

 

RECYCLING HOME BUILDING MATERIALS (doors, lumber, windows, outdoor lighting, etc.):

  • Habitat for Humanity Restores are non-profit home improvement stores and donation centers accepting furniture, appliances, home accessories, and building materials. Following are the 2 Restores that are nearby.
  • Restore, Lawrence, MA
    647 Andover St, Lawrence, MA 01843
    (978) 686-3323
    info@mvrestore.org
  • Restore, Newington, NH
    29 Fox Run Rd, Newington, NH 03801
    (603) 750-3200
    manager@nhrestore.erg
  • Goodwill Store and Donation Center (accepts home accessories as well)
    21 Chevy Chase Rd, Seabrook, NH 0􀀶874 (603) 474-0980

 

RECYCLING KIDS  TOYS/CLOTHES AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
(Toys are key here as most places won’t accept them)
:

Dorcas Clothing Ministry
1 Osgood Place, Amesbury, Mass 01913. (978) 388-3352
Large white building just off the 171 Main St, Amesbury location, behind 7th-day Adventist Church
Hours: Tuesday – 1 :00 pm to 3:00 pm Thursday – 9:00am to 12:00 pm
They accept bagged donations of WEARABLE items in GOOD condition, dropped off at our Osgood Place location. (No furniture or other large items, please)

 

CLOTHES/HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: LEEWARD LIGHT 126 Bridge Road, Salisbury, MA 01952; (978) 465-1141

 

ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO CONSIDER RECYCLING:

  • BEST BUY: Small Electronics, TVs, CD/DVDs, Rechargeable batteries, etc.
  • HOME DEPOT/LOWES: CFLs, Rechargeable batteries
  • WHOLE FOODS: Cork, Brita filters (Most locations)
  • MARKET BASKET: Plastic shopping bags

RECYCLING PROGRAMS TO MAKE $MONEY

 

TERRACYCLE
www.terracycle.com/en-US
TerraCycle is Eliminating the Idea of Waste by recycling the “non-recyclable.” Whether it’s coffee capsules from your home, pens from a school, or plastic gloves from a manufacturing facility, TerraCycle can collect and recycle almost any form of waste.