Rocketbook notebooks consist of a few different types of plastics.
Covers are made of a High-Density Polyethylene (HPDE), which is a #2 plastic. A #2 plastic is pretty common and a lot of household items, like milk containers and shampoo bottles, are made of this plastic. These can be recycled just about anywhere that accepts plastics.
The Binding is made with PVC, which is a #3 plastic. It is also accepted at most recycling centers.
Rocketbook pages are made with BPA poly-free plastic. This is a #7 plastic that items like sunglasses and large 5-gallon water bottles are made from. Most municipalities accept #7 plastic as recyclable.
For local recycling information, check out this site: Earth 911
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