The Green Living Guy

My first TV segment on recycling green.  Especially as: The Green Living Guy. For everyone who knows me, they understand my appreciation for recycling!  This video I did with NYCMedia shows you what’s up!  I give you some tricks you actually might not have known. So please check this one out.

Yet here’s some of the content (not completely but mostly) from the segment about the facts on why!!!

Recycle That!

Did you know that Americans create 254 million tons of waste each year. All so and that $7 billion worth of waste is recyclable material. That which ends up in landfills because of improper disposal? Do you remember when we were told not to recycle the caps to plastic bottles?

Many people still think it’s not good to do that. Yet, it’s actually one of the most common recycling mistakes we make nowadays to go green.

Shoutout to Little Darling Productions for taking this photo for me!  What a professional crew  OMG!

Many Things to Recycle

There are many things we can do to better our recycling efforts. So one of the first steps to doing something better is to understand. Especially what you’re doing incorrectly.

Thank you.


I love what recycling is and what it can do for our environment. Unfortunately, there are people out there who don’t realize how important this is. They call themselves “anti-recycling”. For they claim that they’re doing something good by keeping their plastic and paper waste out of the recycling bin. These people pour their plastic bottles into the trash. All which can end up in the landfill. They put their newspapers in the recycling bin I have noticed if you put them by train stations or work. Instead of them ending up in the landfill. They put their food scraps in the garbage versus composting. That which can end up in the landfill.

So these are just a few examples of the ways in which people waste resources. I mean contribute to the overall problem of global contamination. The best part about recycling ♻️ green is that it doesn’t require any extra effort. And it’s downright easy to do! All you really need is a recycling bin in your home. Finally, a few pieces of plastic and paper. Those that you might want to recycle.

If you want to reduce your environmental footprint and help the planet, you need to start recycling. Here’s how!

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