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Usefulness doesn't expire - it transforms

Everything eventually reaches the end of its useful life - useful to you at least. Most of our stuff can be used by somebody (or something) else, the hard part is finding that someone else.   

MCW's BeCircular is changing that.  

For complex items made of multiple components that cannot be easily broken down into core materials (phones, sofas, shoes etc) check out "Close the Loop" 

For single component items or common household materials like plastic, metal, organic matter and more refer to "Beyond the Bin" 

Close the Loop

Redeem common items that you no longer need by reselling, returning, reusing or repairing them.  


Clothing, Footwear, Jackets, Accessories, and more.


TV's, Phones, Speakers, tablets and more.


Sporting Goods, Bags, Luggage, Outdoor Gear and more.

Home Decor

Furniture, Rugs, Decorations, Pillows and more


Cookware, Appliances, Utensils, Plates and more

Beyond the Bin:

Recycle core materials more effectively than the bin, maybe even find some value for them. 


Metal is the most recycleable of all common household materials; also the most valuable when it's brought to a proper facility.  


Ubiquitous with pollution, plastic is an unavoidable reality of modern times. We don't have all the answers, but this guide will help


Composting is the best way to deal with organic waste.  Options include counter top machines, outdoor set-ups and commercial services. 


Fibers are paper-based materials like cardboard and paperboard. Their recyclability depends on the level of contamination and the ingredients used to make them.  


Glass is made from abundant natural materials.  And like metal, glass is infinitely recyclable when it's free from contamination.  

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