Household Items Recycling Survey

The following survey was created as part of an action assignment for a conservation biology course at SFU.

The goal of this survey is to provide you with some easily accessible information on how to recycle some common household items.  And also, to find out what might be stopping or blocking you from recycling these items, even though you might have good intentions.  If the results are significant enough, I will try to let your various communities know!

I would really appreciate if you could take the time to answer the questions in this survey.  It should only take about 10 minutes of your time, and there is no need to read through all the links that are provided before progressing to the next page in the survey.

Clicking on a link will open the URL into a new page on your browser, and you can save it or bookmark it for later reference.

If you have any feedback on the survey questions, or the information provided within the survey, please let me know.  Thanks you for taking the time to answer this survey!

Additional Instructions:

If you selected Yes to indicate that you DO recycle the item(s) being asked about, then you will still be taken to a page that provides additional information on how to recycle those items, just in case you find the information useful.

If you run into any issues, or have any suggestions, don’t hesitate to let me know!