Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler saves planet, saves space

Saving prime indoor real estate is essential when you have a smaller house or apartment and in our house, so is recycling. Often times, you have to compromise one for the other.

Allow me to say, “Thank you, Rubbermaid,” because now we don’t have to. Before our new Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler, we had large recycling bins stacked in our back room. As we’d come in the backdoor, it would create a traffic jam of epic proportions. The door wouldn’t open all the way, we’d trip over it, and overall, it was incredibly inconvenient. Rubbermaid took our bins and put them into a stack the size of garbage can.

The Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler takes up to 25% less space than typical divided containers and has two completely removable, washable and recyclable containers in which to easily divide your recyclables.

If your household is smaller and doesn’t require as much space for recyclables, or your space is even more limited than ours, you can use the top bin for recycling and the bottom for trash since it has a pop-open feature, holds a standard 8-gallon trash bag, and features LinerLock™ bag management, so 
your bag stays put and does not slip.

This has been a hit in our house, and we were glad to see the horrific looking recycling bins stay outside in the garage. We know you’ll love it, too, and for around $39.99 online and at retailers like Meijer, it’s affordable and will help any family enjoy being ‘green.’

We also love being green, and are grateful to Rubbermaid for helping us and for giving one lucky As Mom Sees It reader a Rubbermaid 2-in-1 Recycler of their own!

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I was not compensated for this review. I was provided with the item, free of charge, for review purposes. All opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.

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