Recycling Services Mandan ND

Home recycling is easy when you separate items such as paper, cardboard, plastics and glass before you dispose of them. Recycling is part of eco-living and adds to overall energy savings. Please scroll down to learn more and get access to the recycling services in Mandan, ND listed below that have recycling programs and can give you suggestions when you drop off your recycling goods at these recycling centers.

Waste-Not Recycling
2928 37th St NW
Mandan, ND
 
Hentz Salvage Yard
(701) 242-7216
9810 County Road 21
Hankinson, ND

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Recycle Center-Williston
(701) 572-2744
409 1st Ave E
Williston, ND
 
Minnkota Recycling
(701) 746-9600
2004 Demers Ave
Grand Forks, ND
 
Minnkota Recycling
(701) 293-8428
2109 13TH Ave S
Fargo, ND
 
Dietrich Recycling Svc
(701) 255-4496
310 Enterprise St
Bismarck, ND
 
City of Fargo HHW Collection Facility
(701) 281-8915
Fargo, ND

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De Laney Recycling Center
(701) 572-6127
619 2nd St W
Williston, ND
 
Mountain Metals & Recycling
(701) 852-9394
144 Ida Ave
Burlington, ND
 
Peak Performance Incorporated
(701) 775-6504
1300 N Washington St
Grand Forks, ND
 
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EcoLiving 101

Paige Wolf, Paige Wolf Media & Public Relations
Posted on Thursday 17th September 2009

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From the basic to the less obvious, greening your lifestyle can save money, time, and maybe the planet.

Greening one’s lifestyle has recently become in vogue, but it’s not the sort of trend that can really be labeled a fad. The importance of the environment and the presence of global warming are only becoming more evident each day, and we are all forced to take a look at the rampant consumerism that has simply gotten out of control. It is practically impossible to be “eco-perfect,” but there are many easy ways to green one’s lifestyle — reducing, reusing, and recycling — and finding it inspiring, creative, and often money-saving!

The Basics:

There are a few easy things even the laziest folks can do to make a difference. Swap your incandescent bulbs for longer-lasting, money–and energy-saving compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs). Keep your thermostat just a couple degrees cooler in the winter and a bit warmer in the summer to cut your energy consumption and lower your bills. Use a filter for your tap water and reuse your water bottle, which is also a big money saver. These tips can quickly become second nature.

Reduce

There are so many simple ways to reduce the amount of “stuff” we use. Take paper, for instance: use both sides, put your printer on draft mode, and check out changethemargins.com and printgreener.com for more easy ways to save trees. Some stuff we get we don’t even want — like junk mail! Put a stop to as much as you can with free services like greendimes.com and catalogchoice.org .

Reuse

One of the easiest things to reuse is shopping bags – the cotton totes are also more durable and easier to carry than paper or plastic. I like to keep one rolled up in the bottom of my handbag just in case. And it’s not too hard to find a free one either. Many retailers now offer them as shopping bags, special events offer them as gift bags, and even make-up counters have given them away with their bonus gifts.

Recycle

Most parts of the city now offer streamlined recycling, which means you can put paper, glass, cans, and plastic all in the same bin. Recycling bins are available for free at several locations or you can just write “Recycling” on any trash receptacle, which should work just as well. And if your conscience isn’t enough to get you sorting, recycling is the law in Philadelphia. If you don’t recycle, you can be fined up to $300! For more information on how to recycle in your district, visit recyclingpays.phila.gov .

Buy Used

I’ll bet you a carbon offset that you can find the perfect armoire, roller skates, or lampshade faster on Craigslist.org than you can at Target. You’d be surprised what people are selling cheap — and even free! And if gratis is all you can ...

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