How to recycle just about everything

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Cell phones - Used cell phones can easily be sold. Alternatively, there are companies that will pay you for your old phone, regardless of its condition.

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Tires - Are you buying new tires for your vehicle? Leave your old tires at the dealer. They'll send them away to be recycled.

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Umbrellas - All you have to do is to remove the fabric and the handle. The metal frame can be recycled together with other metal.

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Eyeglasses - Organizations such as New Eyes for the Needy and OneSight will welcome your old glasses.

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Clothes - You can sell old clothes online, using platforms such as eBay. Alternatively, you can also donate old clothes or completely reuse them.

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Toys - There are numerous charities that collect toy donations for children. Look for a cause close to your heart and put a smile on a child's face.

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Tinfoil - Tinfoil is made of aluminum, so you can recycle it together with soda and beer cans.

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Batteries - Batteries are recyclable. You can find appropriate bins to dispose of them, and there are numerous companies that will accept them.

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Books - Most books are safe to go in the recycling bin. Alternatively (and better yet), donate them to your local library, school, or a charity.

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CDs and DVDs - There are companies that allow you to trade your CDs with other music lovers. Plus, you can do numerous cool DIY stuff with them.

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Hangers - Donate the plastic ones to your local thrift store, and recycle the wire ones as you would any other household metal.

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Shampoo bottles - These are made of plastic, so they're recyclable. Just make sure you clean them beforehand.

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