Earth Day Recycling

Earth Day Recycling Deals and Events

To mark Earth Day 2019, we can all do a little more to protect and preserve our planet. Earth Day recycling is an easy way to start a new habit that carries on throughout the year. From recycling more and trashing less to composting and beyond, the Earth Day possibilities go on and on. And, some companies are willing to reward you for being a good steward of our planet – especially when you recycle those difficult and unusual items. Check out our infographic on Earth Day recycling, deals, and upcoming eco-friendly events in Berks and Montgomery County.

Earth Day Deals and Events in Montgomery & Berks County

 

422 DEALS Earth Day Infographic PDF

For a clickable version of our infographic, simply click to download the PDF. You’ll be able to click through the PDF to reach the individual deals and additional information about the Earth Day events. 

Earth Day Recycling

These are just a few ways you can make a difference for Earth Day. Cleaning up local parks also makes a big impact for countless families and furry friends who go there. Living a greener lifestyle comes in many shapes and forms and every family is different. Earth Day gardening setFind little and big ways to help our planet on a daily basis, both at home and on the go. For starters, plant trees, pick up litter, and reduce consumption of products that create waste as best you can. Teach your kids to do their part, too. 

  • Weed gardens and plant new flowers, fruits, and vegetables.
  • Compost food scraps into nutrient-rich soil.
  • Care for plants inside and outside the home. 
  • Paint or build birdhouses.
  • Fill bird feeders with birdseed.
  • There are so many options for kids’ gardening and outdoor care!

Earth Day recycling can be a great reminder for tasks we’ve pushed aside. This could be a good time of year to tackle that shredding pile at home. You might also make time to drop off unwanted metal to the scrapyard where it can find a second life. Bring yard waste and cardboard to the township to transform it into mulch, and then come back for mulch in a few weeks. Every little bit helps our world as small things add up to bigger things. 

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