The Real Way To Recycle At Home

The Real Way To Recycle At Home

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The Real Way To Recycle At Home

Dear Neighbors,
My family and I live here in Orange County.  Being a family of 5, we consume a lot of groceries, and use a lot of materials, in our daily lives.  For a long time now, we have recycled and re used.  But it’s always weighed on me… I felt there was more I could do, to encourage and educate others in recycling properly and re using.

Huge amount of garbage is being thrown away every day, into massive landfills.  These landfills are about 200 feet wide and 1/2 a mile long.  Much of this garbage could have been recycled and re used.  Not to mention, there is a massive stack of garbage, floating in the middle of Pacific Ocean, known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.  It floats between Hawaii and California and is estimated to be 2x the size of Texas.  These are just two reasons to recycle a reuse, but two very important reasons.

I’ve put together a simple list of every day items and explain how to recycle or re use those items, in a correct way.  Most of us think we know how to recycle, but if you go look at a recycling bin, you will see all sorts of items that are not meant to be there.  You will also find items that are recyclables, but they are tossed in the bin, with food and nasty stuff all over it.

I hope this helps you and your family.  Remember we are all apart of this world and we each play a part in the care and love of our planet.  We can use the excuse that we are too busy, but it only takes a little extra effort and it goes a long way.  I love that old saying, “If it’s going to be, then it’s up to me.”  It is up to you, so join in and help preserve our beautiful planet, so it’s still a wonderful place for our children’s children.

About Siri Shakti Kaur Ardebili

Siri Shakti was born and raised in Pleasanton California. She now lives in Southern California, with her husband and three young children. She is an author, poet, artist, teacher and life coach.

It is her purpose in life to uplift and encourage women to their highest potential. Truly reclaiming their inner strength so that they may be bountiful, beautiful, and blissful.

Siri Shakti is a committed Yogi, devoting her life to Mastery and the Kundalini Yoga Life style. She is a Homeschooling and attachment parenting advocate.

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  • A each native of USA creates 7 pound garbage on the daily basis so i must say that it must be properly recycled to make our environment clean. 

  • Guru Shakti

     Isn't that amount just crazy… 7 pounds, that's a lot.  I've been wanting to bring awareness to this for a while now.  Every time I walk to the garbage at our place, I see mounds of garbage and huge amounts of that garbage, should have been put in the recycling.  Some people, simply don't know what can be recycled and some are a bit lazy.

  • Be part of the recycling loop, purchase only items made from recycled materials. 

  • disqus_xkyLz76st4

    “new” er to America very much standards in other countries for decades…… responsible home recycling….. wish glass bottles would come back saver then plastic bottles in the long run. Plastic bottle leak toxins into the fluids with temperature changes and then fluids enter into human bodies with toxins….. responsible starts with economic recycling……. Cheaper/easier now…… But will become more expensive in the long run with health crisis are on the rising…… school medicine only covers the effects not effecting the causes by preventing a long time aftermath now…… that is Human oneness