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Did you know?

  • Rider doesn’t outsource any of its manufacturing

  • Riders are made using 15-30% recycled materials

  • 99% of the industrial waste created in their production is reused or recycled

  • Rider recycles 960 tons of material on a monthly basis reducing environmental impact by 11,500 tons per year

  • Riders are recyclable and often end up as playground material after they’re loved into retirement

  • Use Fluorescent Bulbs

    They can save up to 80% more energy than incandescent bulbs and last up to 10 times longer.

  • Save time and water

    Don’t rinse plates before they go in the dishwasher. It not only saves time, it saves 25 gallons of water per load.

  • Hang your clothes

    Hang your clothes outside to dry. It will help them last longer and save money on energy bills.

  • Reuse your bottle

    Invest in a reusable bottle to help cut down on plastic waste.

  • Adjust your thermostat

    Save 10% a year on your heating and cooling bills by adjusting your thermostat back 10º for eight hours.

  • Pay bills online

    Go paperless. Unsubscribe from junk mail lists, trade in your phonebook for online directories and pay bills online.

  • Donate to charity

    Give things that you no longer use a new purpose by donating them to charity.

  • Use your shopping bag

    Ditch plastic bags that can’t be recycled and start bringing your own reusable bags when you’re shopping.

  • Plan your gas

    Save gas and emissions by planning all your errands in one trip.

  • Wrap the gifts

    Wrap gifts in a reusable bag or with recyclable materials like newspaper or maps.

  • Buy local produce

    Buy local produce. It helps eliminate the waste and emissions of shipping food worldwide.