Today I have a simple yet important message. Recycle your tin cans! 🙂 Yes, these drink cans are recyclable and there are different ways to use those for recycling. In Singapore, you can recycle tin cans for money (you can earn) or you can use the Blue bin for disposing of them for free. Remember Blue bin is recycle collector and the items you dispose there will be used for recycling. We usually use our Bloobox to collect recyclable items including tin cans and dispose in a nearby blue bin.
Recently, when my son was drinking this lemon green tea in a can I saw the ‘recycle me’ message on it. Though we do recycle such tin cans whenever possible, I thought this can with the ‘recycle me’ message is good for a new blog post that spread awareness! 🙂
Then I captured a few photos while walking home after school. Usually, these beverage cans are made of metals such as aluminum or steel.
How to recycle tin cans?
If you want to recycle your tin cans, don’t throw empty cans straightaway into a bin after you finish drinking. Therefore, sometimes it may not be possible to recycle every tin can you drink.
But, you can still try. Below are a few simple steps to recycle a tin can.
- Make sure your tin can is empty.
- Rinse it thoroughly.
- Then put your tin can into a recycle bin.
- It will be collected for recycling.
Today my post is a quick update as I am getting ready for a few weeks holiday. I will be back at the end of June with new updates about our trip. Till that, stay safe and have a great time! 🙂
Please share your thoughts about recycling and recycling tin cans. I’d like to know about your efforts to save our environment. Every simple act counts.
Reduce Reuse and Recycle! Save our environment!
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