Recycling not only helps keep our environment squeaky clean but can also stuff our pockets with loads of cash. If you think recycling is below you and out right dirty, GET THE HELL OUT OF HOBOSTUDENT.COM AND NEVER COME BACK!
When my buddies and I would through the largest parties known to man, we would make a bundle of money simply by recycling all of the left over bottles and cans the morning after our party. The most we ever made was about $50.00. The only difficult part about recycling all the bottles and cans which were left over was collecting them while having a throbbing head ache and a sour stomach at the same time. The money which we received from recycling would either be used to finance our next party or to purchase Bloody Mary’s to help aid our gruesome hangovers from the night before.
Most people who live in an actual house have a recycling bin. These recycling bins are Jack Pots. All you have to do is travel to your relatives and friends houses with empty trash bags. Make sure you let them know what you are doing so they don’t mistake you for a bum even though you kind of are one. This can be source of weekly income that should no longer take a couple of hours to do.
I once saw on T.V. that this guy collected all sorts of recyclable objects raging from cans to moldy water heaters for 3yrs to help finance a certain something. This something was a future college education for his energetic three year old son. Try and make an educated guess on how much money he accumulated. His hard work and devotion to providing a college education for his son allowed him to earn over $30,000. Let me say that again, “$30,000″! I bet your educated guess was no way near this amount.
Don’t be afraid to go trash diving in public trash cans or searching through public locations for recycling objects. Don’t be embarrassed and don’t be ashamed because it’s not your fault that you’re a broke ass student. Make sure you are clean about it and were rubber gloves and wash your hands extensively after you are done receiving piles of cash from your hard work.
Now after reading through this article I am sure you are asking “where do I recycle”. Well, you could either take you recycling loads to Ralphs or your city operated Recycle Center. If you do not know where the recycle center is just go to your local city’s website and the location most likely will be displayed there. I’m sure there are other places to go but these are the places I go to.
Check out this site which has a list of what you can recycle and will answer any recycling question you may have: http://www.burrtecdesert.com/page81.html