Earth Day is Sunday, April 22, 2012
I decided what better time is there for me to share a giveaway that is perfect for Earth Day?
One of the easiest ways to help save the earth is to recycle. I know I try to recycle as much as possible but there have been a few times I have been lazy. I didn’t feel like walking out and around to the side of the house to put a small item in the recycling bin. Instead I pitched it in the trash can. Shame on me!
Rubbermaid has come up with the Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler to take care of my laziness . To make it so easy to recycle every single item that is recyclable. What I had been doing before the Hidden Recycler became a permanent part of my recycling efforts was make a pile of things that needed to go out to the recycling bin on the floor next to my trash can.
The pile would get bigger as the day went on and whenever the grandkids were here the pile would end up getting kicked over and scattered.
Thanks to Rubbermaid I had a chance to try out the Hidden Recycler. And let me say it has made my effort to recycle so much easier. No more piles on the floor. No more trips out to the recycling bin each time I had a small item that needed to be recycled.
Now the Hidden Recycler is tucked into one of my kitchen cabinets out of sight. The grand kids aren’t tripping over my pile and I don’t have to keep making so many trips outside during the day.
Now I just crush the plastic recyclables and fold up the cardboard recyclables and slip them into the Hidden Recycler. Then when its full I simply pull the bag out by the sturdy plastic handle. The frame stays in place, attached to the cabinet door and I make one trip out to the recycling bin when it’s full.
If the bag needs to be cleaned I rinse it with the hose that is located near my county recycling bin around the side of my house. I let it dry and then simply slip it back into the frame that is hanging on the inside of the cabinet door.
It makes recycling a breeze!
The Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler.…
Is easy to assemble and install. No tools needed.
The Hidden Recycler hangs on the inside of a kitchen cabinet door. It is not permanently attached. Metal clips simply slid over the top of the cabinet door holding it in place.
Is roomy enough that a gallon size plastic jug will fit in it.
Is conveniently tucked away in a kitchen cabinet out of sight.
The removable bag is machine washable.
Costs under $20
The great folks at Rubbermaid have given me a Hidden Recycler to share with one of my lucky readers!
You may need to click on the READ MORE link below to find the entry form!
Open to US & Canada
Giveaway ends at 11:59 pm of April 23, 2012
Disclaimer: Rubbermaid supplied me with a Hidden Recycler to try out so that I may write this review. They are also providing one for a lucky reader. All opinions are my own.