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Top 70 Recycling Projects

  1. 46. Halloween Milk Jug Luminaries (00:01:37)

    Here's how to make clever DIY Halloween luminaries from recycled milk jugs.

  2. 47. How to Create a Backsplash from Recycled Tile

    When remodeling your kitchen, recycled tiles made from glass can create a unique backsplash. Learn how to install a backsplash with the...

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  3. 48. Recycling Basics (03:35)

    Everything you need to know about recycling from the Queen of Clean.

  4. 49. Biomass Fuel (02:44)

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

  5. 50. Stone and Steel Coffee Table (01:50)

    Stone and recycled steel come together in this one-of-a-kind coffee table.

  6. 51. Ideas For Creating Upcycled Tables, Desks and Workstations

    DIY Network has creative ideas on how to upcycle vintage accessories and furniture for your home.

  7. 52. Green Solution: Repurposed and Salvaged Materials

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

  8. 53. Recycle Rechargeable Batteries (01:00)

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

  9. 54. Treetop Den (03:54)

    The crew demos a rickety old deck and replaces it with a treetop-level den.

  10. 55. How to Build an Obstacle Course

    In this project, old tires are recycled into a fabulous backyard obstacle course.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  11. 56. The James House (00:03:27)

    The crew salvages materials from the 1893 James house, in Hamlet, NC.

  12. 57. Salvaged Hallway Home Office (00:03:39)

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

  13. 58. Recycling Old Interior Paint (00:01:30)

    To stay on budget, Nicole uses recycled paint from Detroit's Paint Source.

  14. 59. Recycled & Reclaimed Backyard (03:47)

    Ahmed uses reclaimed materials to make a couple's dream backyard a reality.

  15. 60. Installing a Under-Counter Compost Bin

    Composted food scraps are a great garden fertilzer -- and they're free. Take the hassle out of collecting the scraps by installing a c...

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy

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