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Recycling old rubber gloves

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6:10 am
July 12, 2017


marea

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Do you find you always end up with mismatching rubber gloves because one of them gets a hole in it? I always seem to end up with holes in the right hand glove and so am burdened with an excess of left hand gloves.

 

I looked at the ACT Government recycling website to see if I could recycle my rubber gloves anywhere in Canberra, and there was a listing for bicycle rubber tyre linings, but nothing for rubber gloves.

 

I googled again and found some ideas at this website:

https://www.greenlivingtips.com/articles/recycling-rubber-kitchen-gloves.html

 

Using the rubber to make rubber bands and plant ties, or for gardening, are a couple of interesting ideas.

 

 

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