Thursday, April 5, 2012

Rubbermaid Recycler Giveaway

This is an awesome giveaway you all! Its Everyday Freebies' one year anniversary! Yeehah!

As you can see, I'm a super clean freak (or at least, i think i am lol), I like everything organized and properly stored. I must admit that I don't recycle sometimes because it's easier to just throw everything in the regular trash can under our sink since our recycling bin is outside of our house. Well now, I am proud to say that I recycle all of the recyclables because of the new Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler YAY!

The Hidden Recycler attaches to the inside of a cabinet door to collect recyclables out of sight and keeps your counters clear. The bag is durable, machine washable, and made of recycled material. Collect your recyclables and then easily lift the bag from the lid and cabinet by the handle to take them out to your recycle bin.

Its very easy to use, easy to install, very useful & very pretty to look at. I'm so glad I got this new product. 
  • Hinged lid attaches to cabinet door with over the door hooks or screws
  • Bag is made from 65% post-consumer resin
  • Bag is machine washable
  • Comfortable handle for transport
  • 5 gallon bag holds 36 uncrushed cans and is large enough to fit 1 gallon milk jugs
  • Great for single stream recyclers
  • Great for apartment living
The Rubbermaid is available to purchase at or at Target but it will be free to one Everyday Freebies' reader! Oh yes. Just enter my rafflecopter form below! Good luck guys!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents 18 and older. Winner will be chosen by Rafflecopter, notified by email, and will have 48 hours to respond.  No purchase is necessary to win.  Void where prohibited. I was given my own Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler in order to write an informed, blogged review.  I was not paid to write this post, and my opinions are genuine.


  1. Done! Good luck all! Everyday Freebies congrats on 1 year! Cheers to many more!!!!

  2. Some people bicycle, I recycle.

  3. My parents had lived during the Great Depression. This was probably the reason we always heard them say, "waste not, want not." I guess you could say we were always "Green". I was raised on a farm and we used just about everything more than once instead of purchasing new items. Most of our food was from our large vegetable garden, fruit trees, raspberry bushes, blackberry and grape vines. Mason jars were always reused. Corn, hay and straw were farmed to take care of the livestock. Soybeans or wheat would also be planted to rotate the crops so the ground wouldn't be stripped of its nutrients. We used the manure from the cattle to fertilize these crops. The newspapers we would get were read by everyone, then used afterward to wrap mason jars, etc..When the papers were too bad they would then be used to fertilize or use as mulch for the plants. Cloths were handed down from one child to the next. Clothes were always repaired and patched. I could keep going, but I'm going to get people reading this comment extremely tired. I will only say I kept many of these traits after I got married and not only did we keep the environment clean we saved money by not being wasteful. It is nice that Rubbermaid is thinking green.


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  6. I get the same thing