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Top 74 Recycling Projects

  1. 31. High-Efficiency Roofing (00:52)

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

  2. 32. Reclaimed Wood Wonders (03:25)

    Reclaimed barn wood gets a new lease on life as custom bath built-ins.

  3. 33. Green Solution: Repurposed and Salvaged Materials

    DIY Network's Carter Oosterhouse explains how to update a room by recycling furniture.

  4. 34. 10 Kitchen Projects Under $500 (20:00)

    Here are DIY's top 10 kitchen projects that cost less than $500.

  5. 35. Recycle Rechargeable Batteries (01:00)

    When it's time to toss them, find out where to drop them for recycling.

  6. 36. Tool Organizers (02:58)

    Make a tool organizer by cleverly recycling a plastic sink dish holder.

  7. 37. Salvaged-Wood Queen Bed (00:04:16)

    Joanne Palmisano restores salvaged wood items to build a queen-size bed.

  8. 38. Repurpose a Light Fixture (00:01:00)

    Here's an easy and inexpensive way to repurpose your old light fixtures.

  9. 39. Recycling in the Garden (20:01)

    There are lots of ways to use recycled/recaptured resources in the garden.

  10. 40. How to Make Shelves From Old Wood Flooring

    DIY Network has instructions on how to turn salvaged wood into new wall shelves.

  11. 41. Kid-Friendly Composting and Plant Sales

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

  12. 42. Halloween Mason Jar Mummies (00:01:14)

    Here's how to make lighted DIY Halloween mummy decorations from Mason jars.

  13. 43. The Bent Mountain Mill (00:03:17)

    The Bent Mountain Mill turns into a potential goldmine for the crew.

  14. 44. How to Build Reclaimed Wood Shelves

    Host Amy Wynn Pastor shows how to build rustic shelving using salvaged antique timbers.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  15. 45. New Uses for Recycled Glass (00:01:00)

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

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