Reusability has become a common concept among the people of the human race, especially that our planet seems to be running out of resources.
For that reason, we need to do whatever we can to make good use of the things we have—as much as possible, in fact—before we throw anything away for good. Enter the concept and practice of recycling!
Recycling centers are everywhere; so is the recycling symbol. Moreover, there is a growing number of governments which are urging people to head for the recycling bins and contribute to the different efforts of electronic recycling, cardboard recycling, plastic recycling, etc. There are all, really, great efforts!
However, in this article, we are going to talk about another kind of recycling, one that doesn’t follow in the same footsteps of traditional recycling—which involves destroying something completely and repurposing it—but which relies on your willingness to make a conscious decision not throw away some recyclable items in your house.