Inexpensive, stack-able bins are a great inexpensive way to tame the recycling monster. The addition of labels makes sure everyone
knows where everything goes.
In 15 minutes, Hillary turned some old bins she had on hand into a recycling center. What I like about this is the roominess of the bins.
For those who have to carry their recycling to a universal bin, plastic coated shopping bags might be the perfect choice.
Martha gets into the act too. Although she goes all out with a complete recycling 'station.' LOVE the use of the pegboard.
This IKEA Hacker turned an Effektiv cabinet into a hidden recycling space. Clever!
If you have your recyclables in your garage or mud room, making cleats to hang them on a wall is a great idea for freeing up floor space. Check out Family Handyman for the complete tute.
If you really want to break out the tools, then an outdoor recycling center/shed is the way to go. Sunset provides the plans, but be aware the instructions are minimal. I'm guessing this would be my sweetie's pick. Not good, however, if you have bears, aka Godless Killing Machines, in your neighborhood.