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Top 72 Recycling Projects

  1. 1. Recycled-Plastic Carryall

    Recycle plastic shopping bags by knitting them into a carryall.

  2. 2. Kid-Friendly Composting and Plant Sales

    DIY experts discuss easy composting and a way young gardeners can give back to the community.

  3. 3. Biomass Fuel (02:44)

    Confluence Energy turns blighted trees into clean-burning wood pellets.

  4. 4. High-Efficiency Roofing (00:52)

    Amy Matthews takes a look at a new high-efficiency roofing material.

  5. 5. New Uses for Recycled Glass (00:01:00)

    From countertops to concrete, old glass bottles are taking on new lives.

  6. 6. Sunroom Bench From Salvage (00:04:23)

    Joanne Palmisano adds a built-in bench of salvaged wood to a sunroom.

  7. 7. How To Turn Old Furniture Into a Kids' Toy Workbench

    DIY Network has instructions on how to turn an old computer desk or shelving unit into a toy workbench for kids.

  8. 8. How to Create a Jewelry Rack

    How to create a funky jewelry rack from an old record player and magazine rack, from DIY Network.

  9. 9. Recycling During Makeovers

    The experts at DIY Network provide a tip for going green while updating the home.

  10. 10. Upcycled Container Gardens, Planters and Vases

    DIYNetwork.com has unique ideas for turning vintage items and salvaged materials into container gardens and flower pots.

  11. 11. New Uses for Recycled Glass (00:01:00)

    From countertops to concrete, old glass bottles are taking on new lives.

  12. 12. Kitchen Storage Solutions for Recycling

    DIY Network shows you how to adapt your kitchen to make recycling easy.

  13. 13. Unique Recycled Hardwood Floors

    DIY Network shows how reclaimed wood creates floors that are truly one-of-a-kind and Mother-Nature-friendly.

  14. 14. Salvaged Hallway Home Office (00:03:39)

    Joanne Palmisano tucks a home office of salvaged materials into a hallway.

  15. 15. Plastic Bottle Trellis

    Everyone has them -- empty water and soda bottles they don't know what to do with. Well, DIY knows.

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