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How to Recycle Books in 2023: A Complete Guide

Green tips By October 26, 2022 Last Updated on January 4, 2023 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

If you’ve recently cleaned out your closets and bookshelves and have found yourself with some stacks of old textbooks, novels, and other old reads, you may be tempted to throw your old books in the trash.  But not so fast. There are lots of eco-friendly ways to recycle or upcycle your old reading material to breathe new life into old pages and to keep paper waste out of landfills.

From the best places to resell books (how to find the value of your old books) to the top tips for recycling textbooks and more, read on for a complete guide on the best ways to recycle books in 2023.  It may help you make a little extra spending cash, and you can rest easy in the knowledge that your old books will be put to good use.

What to Do with Old Books: Responsible and Sustainable Advice

Green tips By July 15, 2021 Last Updated on January 13, 2023 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , , , No Comments

It is crucial to know what to do with old books if you want to keep up with sustainable living and declutter regularly. Actually, this problem pertains not only to books and old magazines but also to all kinds of your possessions. While it’s common knowledge that we can sell or give away our clothing or furniture on Craigslist and eBay, how should you dispose of old books?

Used Books are Good for the Planet

Green tips By April 2, 2010 Last Updated on June 27, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , 1 Comment

Used text books are good for the planet, right? Well that statement seems fairly easy to defend, but when you get down to the hard facts, it really becomes an interesting topic. When proving this hypothesis, the first question I wanted to answer was, “How many books come from one tree?” I soon realized this was not an easy question to answer because books and trees come in all different shapes and sizes. Determined not to give up on my quest for the tree book ratio, I dug deeper for some type of quantitative data to calculate how many average-sized books come from the average-sized tree. Eventually I stumbled across some interesting information. It turns out that most trees are not used for paper. In fact, only the unwanted parts are sent to make paper. The majority of paper is made from recycled materials.


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