Spring cleaning is more fun when there's a market for your trash. Find out what people will pay for the stuff in your recycle bin and junk drawer.
That junk mail you send directly to the recycle bin? Somebody actually wants it and they're willing to pay.
Buying used usually costs less and that's always a plus. Even better -- some goods really do get better with age.
If your home is like most, it is filled with plastics. Start replacing with longer lasting — and often more economical — substitutes.
You know that the green lifestyle is often also a frugal lifestyle, but Wise Bread writer Max Wong shows you how you can take both to a whole new level.
Reducing your trash stream is good for the environment. If that's not enough, it can boost your revenue stream too. Read this to learn how!
If you have a few orphaned rolls of wallpaper laying around, here are 21 creative ideas to use it up without putting it on the wall.
Learn how one dedicated recycler earned $1,200, paid her tuition, repaired her furniture, and financed her wedding with discarded stuff she found.
These four responsible ways to dispose of old electronics will keep them the out of landfills and may even put a little more money in your pocket.
Whether you have a big yard plot or a tiny windowsill, start your garden with one of these frugal, eco-friendly garden ideas.
The times they are a'changing. Again. Here are five commercial and marketing trends you can look forward to -- and profit from -- in 2012.
Recycling isn't just good for the environment; it's also good for your wallet. From cans to paper to electronics and more, learn how to earn cash by going green.
Eco-friendly school supplies are a great way to teach kids about sustainability. Even better, a green back-to-school can help mom and dad save lots of cash.
I'm not going to claim that they're all pleasant, but from charity donations to creating crafts, there are several ways to reuse human hair and pet fur.
From the $2,300-an-ounce metal inside your car to high-school seats, discover what unexpected items thieves are trading into recycling centers for cash.
In many European countries, citizens have to pay for their garbage disposal based on weight or volume. Could it work in the U.S.?
Recycling may not be the saving grace we all believe it to be. Before you even consider putting out your curbside bin, learn what you should do first.
From discovering the best areas and times to dive to knowing what to look out for and what gear you need, learn proven strategies for successful and safe dumpster diving.
Clothing swaps parties have become popular in recent years as frugal and fashion conscious men and women find that trading clothes is a great way to update a wardrobe for next to n
Can you could use some cash for your old broken cell phones, laptops, or ink cartridges? These companies actually pay you to recycle.
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