Monday, April 9, 2012

Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler Review & Giveaway! Win A Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler!! Ends 04/23

Hidden Recycler from Rubbermaid

Thanks to Coupons In Motion for this Review & Giveaway!

What a great product! Do you recycle? I have to admit that I have not been recycling even though I know it is very important to do so for our planet. However, the Hidden Recycler has made it easier and definitely go me started recycling. Thanks Rubbermaid! The Hidden Recycler attaches to the inside of a cabinet door to collect recyclables out of sight and keeps your counters clear. The bag is durable, machine washable, and made of recycled material. Collect your recyclables and then easily lift the bag from the lid and cabinet by the handle to take them out to your recycle bin. I absolutely love the way it fits right inside my cabinet! So easy to attach and use. The features of the product include:
  • Easy attachment to a cabinet door with hooks included with the product or screws
  • A convenient handle allows the bag to easily be transported to wherever your recycling is stored for pickup or transport
  • A 5 gallon bag that holds up to 36 12-ounce cans and can fit a milk jug
  • The bag has a leak-proof liner and is machine washable to make it easy to clean after any unexpected spills
  • The bag is soft-sided allowing for flexibility inside any cabinet
  • The bag and all packaging is made from recyclable material, and the product is recyclable
The Hidden Recycler is currently available for purchase online at Rubbermaid.com and in store at Meijer.     Rubbermaid has a blog page for organization titled Adventures in Organization. Be sure to check it out. They have a lot of really great tips for organizing just about everything in your home. You can also find Rubbermaid on Facebook and Twitter.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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25 comments:

  1. All old news paper and junk mail goes directly to the savers recycling box

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  2. do the sorting stuff before, not after, for instance in our province they want the caps off the pop bottles, etc, so do that right away when you toss it in the bag as the pop stuff always sticks to the bag...and find out if there are limits to how much you can bring in at a time..here its $75 at a time, so if you are out of town you want to make sure you don't bring in too many

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  3. Sort the stuff as soon as you make the mess. Save the soda cans and get money!
    Seyma Shabbir
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  4. Sort it as it comes in and I'm done with it....magazines and newspapers.

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  5. we recycle our paper, plastic and aluminum. We have to drive to various places with it but we put it all in plastic tubs and when full...off they go
    sandy1955 at comcast dot net

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  6. Get off mailing lists.
    Sort your mail at the recycling bin.
    Subscribe to magazines electronically.

    loribooklover62@aol.com

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  7. I got a milk crate from work for my apartment to fill with newspapers to take to the recycling bin down the street every few weeks.

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  8. Do it, this is for our children and their children.

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  9. Write companies and unsubscribe from unwanted magazines to save the mass amounts of paper that is used in these magazines.

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  10. do it right away and keep things organized

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  11. I go to the recycle right as I get my mail. I hate having clutter, Love this Giveaway:)
    cuddleyvt57@yahoo.com

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  12. My tip is that there is a place to recycle everything. Just look online.

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  13. Teach kids about recycling!
    Our recycling company just switched to mixed recycling, which is awesome. No sorting necessary! We recycle so much more this way, it is much easier. So if you can find a company that does mixed recycling, try it!
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

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  14. I've learned that when it comes to mail to keep a paper bag or bin right in the entry way so all the junk mail can be handled right away.

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  15. If you are taking your beverage containers for redemption, be sure to sort the plastic, glass and aluminum first!!

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  16. Teaching your kids about recycling is super important. My youngest likes to race to put away the recycleables.

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  17. I don't really have any. But I do reuse and plastic shopping bag that I get and I also reuse milk jugs and save cans.

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  18. composting and green cleaning with household ingredienets. Love it!

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  19. I recycle my mail as soon as it comes in the house and we also are very big on recycling aluminum cans and plastic bottles

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  20. I recycle all bottles and cans, also plastic..

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  21. I would love to have a recycling center here, but I don't and it makes me cringe to throw anything in the garbage that can be recycled, but mostly plastic that will not break down.....Any suggestions on how to still recycle were would I take the stuff?

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  22. Reuse as much as you can so that there is less waste. I reuse the backside of paper grocery bags for kids drawing paper or for shipping packages. Wash and reuse any plastic ziploc bags, containers, etc. There are tons of ideas for using envelopes, containers, etc. for craft supplies.

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