Rather than tossing out those broken and half-used crayons in the trash at the end of the school year, ship them off to Crazy Crayons. To date they’ve recycled more than 110,000 pounds of crayons into new designs and colorful creations.
12. Dog Fur
How much do you love your furry friend? Knit Your Dog recycles your pet’s hair into wool tumbling that they use to create clothing and accessories.
Get Creative With Recycling
There are plenty of organizations that recycle and upcycle materials that are a little out-of-the-box. Were you surprised by anything that made our list of items to recycle?