Recycling that counts for cash… or giving

Whether or not you’ve ever recycled a day in your life, there’s a new way to recycle that counts for the earth and cash… even helping others.

Become an ecycler. I don’t know about you, but I think that sounds cooler than just being a “recycler”–and it is! You and/or your business register on ecycler.com as a discarder (one who gives away recyclables) and you’ll be connected with a collector in your area who picks up the materials at your home or business then sells themĀ  to a local materials buyer! So, instead of just recycling, you’re helping someone–or a group like Girl Scouts–earn income! If you want to be the collector who earns the cash, register and ecycler.com connects you with discarders. I see green entrepreneur opportunity written all over this one. And further incentive to clean up the neighborhood!

More about ecycler.com
ecycler.com further enhances the social value of recycling. They believe that the easiest way for individuals to make a difference in the improvement of the environment is to recycle, and their goal is to make it even easier by pairing discarders and collectors through their web site.

Ecycler.com is driven by collectors who establish an ecycler recycling program in their community. Collectors get a customizable ecycler profile page and can even download personalized business cards and posters generated by ecycler.com (please use recycled paper). A recent Collector who registered posted that they are trying to earn enough for their Cub Scout to go to summer camp.

Being an ecycler discarder allows a user to be green and to support a person or group in their local community. A win-win-win. Pretty cool, right?!

Find ecycler.com on facebook and twitter.

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One Response

  1. Thank you for your posting of ecycler.com. We are very excited about our site and the impact it could have on the environment as well as the income of our collectors.

    We welcome everyone to visit ecycler.com and register. Please provide us with feedback, good or bad, so that we can make the site as user-friendly as possible. Thank you.

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