Sure, we know how to recycle cans, bottles and newspapers. But what about broken porcelain sinks? Or a gallon jug of used cooking oil? Old roofing asphalt? A new website called recyclerfinder.com makes figuring it out a cinch. This site works in all 50 states, and all you do is type in the zip code where you're based, the distance you're willing to travel and the type of unusual material you need to recycle. With a click of the mouse, the site shows you all your options for nearby recycling centers.