Be More Ethical with Recycling Services from Retailers

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The green cause is one that is at the forefront of many people’s minds these days. In fact, over recent years it is not just individual and specialist groups such as Greenpeace that have been making an effort to do their bit for the environment but also a range of retailers in different sectors, with many looking at various ways in which to have a more positive impact on the environment. This could be through a variety of different schemes ranging from the use of recyclable products like coffee shop giant Starbucks through to offering recycling services to consumers for greater ease and convenience when it comes to encouraging people to be more eco-friendly.

Some of the things you can now recycle

Thanks to the effort that has been put in by many different companies and retailers, you can easily and quickly recycle all sorts of items these days. This not only makes life easier for you but means that you can do your bit for the green cause with minimal hassle. For instance, over recent years it has become increasingly easy to recycle gadgets such as mobile phones and small electrical devices. In fact, not only do companies like Mazuma offer a specialist service that enables you to do this but in many cases you could even get some cash for your device so you benefit your pocket as well as the environment.

Many of the supermarket giants now make it simple for consumers to recycle their batteries to reduce the risk of them ending up in landfills and causing environmental issues. If you have clothing you want to dispose of you can also recycle these with retailers such as H&M offering a fast and efficient clothing recycling service.

With Christmas around the corner many of us will have a pile of cards that we need to get rid of once the festive season has passed. High street retail giant Marks & Spencer is running a Christmas card recycling scheme, so you will be able to ensure that you get rid of your cards the ethical way. You can even recycle larger items with ease thanks to the schemes set up by various retailers. For example, bed and mattress specialist Bedstar is running a mattress recycling service so if you get a new mattress for Christmas you can make sure that your old one is recycled responsibility.

The help and services available from retailers and companies to make being eco-friendly easier means that we can all do out bit for the environment in many different ways. We will also be able to enjoy the greater ease and convenience that these various schemes and services provide when it comes to disposing of items the ethical way.