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Thanksgiving is a time when we get together with our family and friends to celebrate all the things we are grateful for.
Keep reading to find out what your favorite Global Green Pals are thankful for!
Carbon Offset Chet is thankful for solar-powered planes!
Pink Coral Laurel is thankful for marine life!
Pani Rani is thankful for clean water!
Recycle Kyle is thankful for people who recycle!
Clean Air Kate is thankful for parks and trees!
Leave the Global Green Pals a comment telling them what you’re thankful for!
Hi pals! Recycle Kyle here.
Did you know November 15 is America Recycles Day? All over the United States people will be raising awareness for recycling. You and your family and friends can participate by signing the America Recycles Day pledge!
About 70% of the trash in landfills is recyclable! It is important to learn what can be recycled so we can lower this number and help the environment. Here are 5 things around your house and community that you can recycle:
1. Newspapers – A few times a week your family may receive a newspaper. Instead of throwing them out, recycle them! Also make sure you only recycle newspapers that are dry and clean.
2. Magazines – Instead of letting old magazines pile up around your house, recycle them! Recycling plants use magazine paper to create other paper products. Make sure any magazines you recycle are dry and clean.
3. Aluminum Cans and Plastic Bottles – Many beverage cans and bottles are made from recyclable aluminum and plastic! Before you recycle them, separate the bottles and cans, then rinse them out with water. If you don’t have a recycling program in your neighborhood, your local supermarket should have can and bottle machines you can use.
4. Corrugated Cardboard – Corrugated paper is recyclable and often used to make cardboard boxes for packages. If you have these boxes in your house, school, or community, you can recycle them! Make sure they are clean, and the boxes are flattened first.
5. Computers, TVs, and Electronics -If you have an old computer, TV, or another electronic device that’s in good working condition, donate it to a local charity or organization. If it cannot be reused, find a local recycling program that will collect them.
From paper to park benches to holiday decorations and more, many new items can be made from recycled products. Even Global Green Pals are stuffed with recycled plastic bottles!