Because of the benefits: Save energy, save money, create jobs, slow climate change, follow the law, protect water, soil and air – just to name a few! Coincidentally, while you actively reduce, reuse and recycle, you promote ‘spaces and places worth having’ for future generations.
Check out the updated2014 -2015 Kenosha & Racine Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Guide
Practical Ways to Reduce and Reuse at Home
Local Municipality Recycling Information
Recyclable Materials: Non-Hazardous
Non-Hazardous Waste: Non-Recyclable
Household Hazardous Waste
Hazardous Materials: Drop-off Sites
Household Hazardous Collection Events
Additional Information and Resources.
Thank you for doing your part to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle!
This guide is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension