Mojave Desert & Mountan Recycling Authority

Don’t Litter the Mask

Masks belong on your face, not on the ground. Please remember that disposable masks are not recyclable. Used masks should be discarded securly in your garbage.   #RecyclingIsInOurNature

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Chemical-free Window Cleaner

Get a chemical-free view by cleaning your window with a solution of equal parts water and white vinegar in a reusable spray bottle. Every decision you make to reduce, reuse, and recycle makes an impact. Learn more at www.urecycle.org. #RecyclingIsInOurNature

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Sheets into Costumes

How do you get two years of costumes out of one sheet? Start with a simple ghost one year and the next, shred the same sheet into strips for a mummy. It’s spook-tacular to reuse!   #RecyclingIsInOurNature

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Contamination: Stretchy Plastic

Soft, flexible, stretchy plastic film such as grocery, bread, zip-top and dry cleaning bags or the wrap around such products as paper plates, napkins, and bathroom tissue CAN be recycled, but not in your curbside recycling program. Stretchy plastic jams

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