String & Twine Alternative ways to recycle Hazardous Waste Recycle With E-Waste Recycle Curbside Garbage or Drop-Off Green Waste Put in Garbage Take to Transfer Station Special Instructions General Tips on Handling, Preparing for Disposal, Recycling Ensure that the material is cut up into smaller pieces, less than a foot, and make sure to place it in a covered bin so as not to harm wildlife or get tangled in machinery. Alternative Ways to Recycle Compost Jute or Sisal Hay bale twine, if made from jute or sisal, is 100% biodegradable and can be composted. Drop Off Nylon Fishing Line For fishing line, start by calling the fish and wildlife department to find out where to go. Or check popular places that accept old lines in marked bins placed either inside or outside, including bait and tackle shops, boat ramps, piers, and fishing access points. Recycle Instrument Strings with TerraCycle Instrument strings can be recycled most often with music retailers, through a partnership with TerraCycle and D’Addario Strings. Ways to Reduce Higher Quality = Longer Life When possible, investing in a higher-quality fishing line and orchestral string will ensure an extended lifetime and use of the material.4 Ways to Reuse Getting Crafty String and twine can be reused in arts and crafts projects, as well as DIY purposes around the home or garden.