National Recycling Day 2021: When & How Celebrate?

National Recycling Day is a nationally recognized day. National Recycling Day is also known as “America Recycles Day“. It is celebrated on the 15th of November each year. National Recycling Day is also known as America Recycle Day.

The day aims to promote a healthy sustainable environment by promoting the recycling process and encouraging the purchase of recycling products among Americans. The activities include educating, creating awareness, providing guidelines, challenging, and committing to becoming accountable by taking the pledge of recycling.

Let’s find out more about National Recycling Day or America Recycles Day more in the later sections.

When is National Recycling Day 2021?

Monday, November 15 is the official celebration date of Happy National Recycling Day 2021 in the United States.

National Recycling Day 2021

The history behind National Recycling Day:

Recycling has been gaining momentum due to the advent of environmentalism. In fact, since 1960 according to statistics- the recycling percentage has increased from 7% to 35%. Though it’s not enough as an American sends 64 tons of waste to the waste fields during their lifetime.

National Recycling Day aka American Recycles Day was created in the year 1997 by National Recycling Coalition. In the year 2009, the particular holiday became an integral part of the campaign by Keep America Beautiful. In fact- they have been trying to not only raise mere awareness but promote activities and events which encourage people to recycle each year and buy recycled products.

How to Celebrate National Recycling Day 2021?

  1. Participate in an event

Believe it or not, National Recycling Day is an eventful day. Various recycling companies, NGO’s and environmentally-conscious organizations come forwards with unique sorts of events. Join one of these events which will increase your knowledge about recycling also encourage you to take recycling seriously.

  1. Take a pledge

Take a pledge to recycle always and use recycled products. Remember the phrase- “ One man’s waste is another man’s treasure. Recycling can not be a just one-time fling, you need to fully hold yourself accountable by taking the pledge to recycle always. That would be the best way to celebrate the day.

  1. Share on social media

You should post your celebratory way of America Recycles Day with the hashtag of #BeRecycled. As long as we can make people realize how grave a matter recycling is- we are on the right track. So share the celebration.

Why did We Love to Celebrate National Recycling Day?

Recycling is not a tough job- the simple task of recycling will have compounding effects. It creates jobs and thus has real impacts. Recycling can truly change the world if we all take collective action.

National Recycling Day Dates:

Year Date Day
2021 November 15 Monday
2022 November 15 Tuesday
2023 November 15 Wednesday
2024 November 15 Friday
2025 November 15 Saturday

National Recycling Day 2021 Quotes, Wishes, Messages, Greetings, Sayings, Status, Captions:

“The worst job in the whole world must be recycling toilet paper.”
― Chuck Palahniuk

“What a waste! I just wish that I knew what to do with all this rubbish.”
― Anthony T.Hincks

“A maid’s yard, house, wardrobe, fridge, etc. sometimes also serve as her master’s dustbin or dumpsite.”
― Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”
– Robert Swan, Author

“Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.”
– Fred Rogers, Television Personality

“There is no such thing as ‘away. When we throw anything away it must go somewhere.”
– Annie Leonard, Proponent of Sustainability

“When you put the whole picture together, recycling is the right thing to do.”
– Pam Shoemaker, Author

“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
– Albert Einstein, Physicist

Conclusion: Let’s make this year’s National Recycling Day a humongous success and make it a daily practice.

General Disclaimer: Every year, the United States celebrated over 1,600 National Days. So, Don’t miss a single Celebration Day. Chill, Enjoy and Celebrate Every Day with National Day Time!

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