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Share these tips with the whole family so everyone can help with recycling.

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Did you know you can recycle peanut butter jars but not pet food bags? Yes, you read that right. We know recycling is confusing — especially when it comes to plastics.

The new Recycle Plastics Better flier is a cheat sheet that’s designed to cut through the confusion and provide clear guidance about what types of plastics are recyclable + where to recycle them locally.

Recycling something other than plastic? Find a spot to recycle just about anything with RecycleSpot.

More recycling pro tips.

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