What can you recycle in Portland, Oregon?



What can you recycle in Portland, Oregon?

In this episode of Around the Neighborhood, a show about the quest for fun, history and mystery in our backyards, I explore this very question.

Around the Neighborhood is sponsored by my real estate services. My name is Scott McMahon and I am a Real Estate Broker, Licensed in the State of Oregon with Premiere Property Group, LLC.

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Willamette Falls Railway:

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▼ LINKS TO REFERENCES IN THIS VIDEO:

National Recycling Resources:
Recycle Across America:
Earth 911:
Association of Plastic Recyclers:
Plastic Film Recycling:
Earth Day:

Company Recycling Resources
Amazon Second Chance:
Home Depot Second Life:
Waste Management:

Portland Metro Recycling Resources
Portland Metro:
Beaverton Recycling:
West Linn Refuse & Recycle:
Portland Composts!:
Lake Oswego Composts:
Oregon City Garbage Company:
Heiberg Garbage & Recycling (Portland):
Lake Oswego Recycling Guide:
Recycle Electronics in Portland:
Mattress Disposal:
Styrofoam Recycling:

▼ GEAR I USED TO MAKE THIS VIDEO:

GoPro Hero 7:
GoPro Vlogging Case:
GoPro Mic Adapter:
Microphone:
GoPro Shorty Tripod Extender:

▼ REAL ESTATE CONTACT INFORMATION:

Scott McMahon
Real Estate Broker
Licensed in the State of Oregon
Premiere Property Group, LLC

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Around The Neighborhood is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

3 comments

  1. I'll share this at work. I see folks just throwing cans and bottles away without cleaning them first. It's an uphill battle, but hopefully more will recycle properly. 🙂 Thanks for the video, Scott. I didn't realize I could recycle the Amazon film packaging!

  2. Thank you so much for doing this insightful video! I've been recycling for many years, and I learned a few things! Milk cartons CAN be recycled?! LOVE the 'mean it, then clean it'! Happy to see some Organics in your video. I wish as consumers we would consider packaging and try not to purchase anything plastic that's not recyclable. The visual impact of the garbage unable to be recycled is disturbing. Paper towels/food waste w/o meat can go in composting if you do that.

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