Refrigerator recycling bins are a big part of Berkeley’s recycling effort, with recycling bins being installed in residential areas, retail stores and public places.
A new program, recycled glass bottles, is now in place at a new recycling center in Berkeley.
The bins are being placed in the basement of the Berkeley Recycling Center.
“The bins that are in the center are being recycled, so the bins that have the recycle tags are being put in the bins and they will be put in that recycling bin for free,” said Kristine Fink, a manager with Berkeley Recycle.
The facility is also making sure bins are available for people to fill them up with water.
The bins will be available for pick up on Tuesday.
Bricks are being used to fill the bins.
Fink said the recycling bins were designed to help address the problem of recyclable waste in Berkeley, as well as in many other parts of the country.
“This is really a solution to a problem that has been a problem for decades and a problem around the world,” she said.
“We are really trying to reduce our environmental footprint and this is a really important initiative to continue to do that.”
Ms Fink said it was important for people in Berkeley to have an alternative to drinking tap water.
“We really have to have some recycling bins around Berkeley so people can go out and get them and put them away and put some of that water back into the environment,” she told 7.30.