Should I throw away my CD cases?
Don’t just throw them away. Discs and cases do not decompose in landfills, clogging up the environment and posing future problems for us. You can do one of three things, instead: reuse, donate, or recycle.
What can I do with empty CD cases?
Reader Question – What Can I Do With All My Empty CD Cases?
- Storage for pressed leaves and flowers.
- Make a lamp.
- Make a mini dry-erase board.
- CD jewel case calendars using your own images.
- Group a few of them by glue or rubber band and make book-ends.
- Give them to your kids to use them as shovels in the sandbox.
Are old CDs recyclable?
All types and formats of CDs and DVDs can be recycled, enabling the recovery of valuable resources such as polycarbonate (a type of plastic) and aluminium for reuse in the manufacture of other products. Disc recycling processes can recover about 98% of the original disc as reusable material.
How do I dispose of old CD cases?
CDs and DVD cases
If you’re thinking of getting rid of them, don’t throw them out just yet. You can still recycle them. Your local curbside pick up should take in the plastic CD and DVD cases. Just remember to take out the paper linings on each box and CD case.
Should I throw away DVD cases?
Is throwing away DVD & Blu-Ray cases bad for the environment? Yes, trashing your case is bad for the environment. Because they are plastic, they do not decompose, and so any sent to landfill will remain there long after the owner has gone!
Can you recycle CD cases Toronto?
Acceptable Recyclable items
Discard plastic pull-off strip and/or peel-off seal. Mixed rigid plastic: clamshell containers, clear fruit and vegetable containers, clear takeout containers and molded bakery-item trays, plastic egg cartons, disposable plastic plates and cups, clear compact disk cases (empty).