Curbside recycling costs money. Most items in your bin are worth money when resold, so it’s up to you to help offset these programs through participation. The Fix-It Club encourages members to repurpose household things that break. Contact your local solid waste collector to find even more ways of reusing things you no longer need — including broken things that can’t be fixed.
The Fix-It Club encourages recycling and reuse. Visit Earth911.org for more information on how to turn broken stuff into useful products that save money and the environment. Discover new ways to make the earth a better place. Earth911.org has hundreds of practical tips on reuse.
There will be some things that you just can’t fix — or don’t want to pay to have fixed, or that will cost too much to fix. So what are you going to do with those things? Consider the many creative ways to recycle before you send anything to the landfill. The Fix-It Club offers proven ways repair household things that break and to recycle or reuse household things that can’t be repaired.