[image_with_animation image_url=”10046″ alignment=”center” animation=”None” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”] Gary Bennett I’ve been a recycling pro since I was a little kid, but over the years I’ve gotten confused about what’s recyclable and what isn’t. Standing in front of the bins, I hesitate with doubt. Used coffee cups? Metal bottle-caps? Gently used paper towels? I guess I’m not the expert I thought I was. I did a Google search for Seattle Recycling and this Seattle Times question-and-answer post came up. It might be the single most hilarious and deeply disturbing thing I’ve ever read. And yet, surprisingly useful. Come to find out, I should not have composted my hair clippings, and I regret the rat. Hang on to your parrot poop, click here to read the garbage Q&A on the Seattle Times. DC Sketchers SAL Challenge: Recycling I’d like to make a display, showing which common League items go in the recycling, and which go in the garbage. This is where you fantastic people come in. You create the items below in some artful way, and I’ll my favorites for our display. Think of the honor, don’t underestimate the fame. This is real. Below are the most common mistakes in our garbage and recycling bins. Please illustrate one of several of the following: Paper cups (used) – RECYCLE Coffee cup lids – RECYCLE Newsprint drawings – RECYCLE Glass bottles – RECYCLE Plastic bottles – RECYCLE Paper towels – GARBAGE [image_with_animation image_url=”10044″ alignment=”center” animation=”None” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”] Thank you for sharing your work! I love seeing these artworks online. People who post to Instagram or on Facebook will be eligible to win prizes (see details). No matter where you post, tag us so we can find it. #seattleartistleague #salchallenge #recycle The June SAL Challenge: Creative exercises once a day for 30 days.