Wine corks are typically overlooked, with the wine bottles going into our glass recycling bins and the corks either thrown in the garbage or mistakenly tossed in the same recycling bin. Cork can be one of the world's most sustainable materials, useful for everything from clothing to building materials and more, so ensuring the stream of cork stays upcycled sustainably is critical.
We partner with ReCORK to make doing so easy for you.
Whether collected from schools or from home, the material used to create crayons is surprisingly energy intensive and the need to make sure they are recycled (or, better yet, upcycled and/or reused) is a great way to encourage sustainability of everyday materials.
We'll collect crayons of all brands, levels of use, and quality to be properly recycled via our partners at The Crayon Initiative.
Tennis balls have a limited lifetime of use for tennis players, often losing their bounce or becoming damaged with heavy use. However, the material components can still provide great use for recycled material and ensure this great sport is part of a circular economy.
We partner with RecycleBalls to make this happen for you.
Sneakers are made of many different of materials, from rubber to textile/fabric to plastics and more. This make sneakers particularly challenging to recycle via conventional means, but with the help of partner GotSneakers, we can ensure your worn and torn sneakers are disposed of in a sustainable manner the uses eco-friendly practices to reuse all materials that still have opportunities elsewhere.
Skateboard wheels tend to wear down much more quickly than the other parts of a skateboard, so they don't see end of life at the same time as the board itself.
As skaters replace their wheels with and improved wheels, we provide assistance with ShredCycleSkate to provide your skateboard wheels with environmentally conscious re-use, recycling, and more.
Leather Sports Products
We are looking for a partnership with a recycling company or any business interested in recycling or upcycling Sports Products.
TaBee Eco services is now advancing towards other materials as a part of the commitment to their company's goals. The United States produces 30% of the entire planet's wastes, of which 23% is paper waste and over 21% include metals and plastics.
Our next set of recycling materials aims at collecting E-waste, hazardous materials and other recyclables typically banned from recycling bin. With the advancement in technology from simple pens to large space shuttles, materials of complex compositions are much more complicated to recycle. We are currently investigating the feasibility of collecting various types of materials and connect with potential partners who will aid us in fulfilling our aim to recycle these wastes.