02 June 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Recycle This redesign

Pretty much ever since we launched (How Can I) Recycle This three years ago, I’ve been wanting to redesign it – to freshen it up and to make better use of the available space. I finally got around to doing it last month and with John’s help, we launched the new design on Sunday (and […]

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17 April 2009 ~ 1 Comment

Button earrings

Following a query from a reader yesterday, I’m doing a post on buttons on Recycle This next week and wanted to post a(n admittedly not great) picture of my most favourite earrings in the whole wide world ;) I wear the dangly ones all the freakin’ time and they constantly get caught in my scarves […]

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18 January 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Recycle This in the Guardian too

Recycle This has really been popular this week – we’ve had links from loads of different blogs after a mention on treehugger and now the Guardian newspaper has mentioned us in an ethical editorial thingy too. So to say it again, woo!

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05 January 2007 ~ 1 Comment

Recycle This was “loved” by the Times in 2006

Recycle This has had its second mention on the Times newspaper’s website, Times Online. We got a link a couple of months ago on the site’s Eco-Worrier blog but I’ve just noticed that we got a link in their Newsdesk’s blog in their “The web we loved” round-up of their favourite sites in 2006 (in […]

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14 August 2006 ~ 0 Comments

Compost This

Recycle This has spawned a side project – Compost This. It answers those difficult composting dilemmas like whether you can compost eggs shells (yes, breaking them up first though help), or wee (yes, just don’t over-wet the pile), or bricks (not so much). John coded the system it uses and I created the content. It’s […]

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27 April 2006 ~ 0 Comments

Recycle This!

John and I have a new little project. It’s called “How can I recycle this?” – http://www.recyclethis.co.uk. It’s a community-driven site, coming up with creative and fun ways to reuse and recycle various bits and bobs from around the home and garden. Each week, there will also be a green dilemma to discuss because we […]

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