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Recycling: some people do it and others don''t. Have you ever been curious about what happens with our trash after we throw it out? Let''s discuss.
Recycling around the world varies drastically depending on the country. Click through for 7 countries with creative recycling ideas that have been put into practice.
Well, this is a fab site for information about recycling around the world, but the only problem is that there aren’t enough countries that are written about.
November 15 is America Recycles Day, an annual event launched in 1997 by the National Recycling Coalition.The need to reuse and recycle
Recycling Around the World. July 25, 2013. Recycling is great no matter how different we all do it. We came across this great article from Planet Pals featuring how various countries set up recycling bins.
Recycling around the world varies drastically by country. Sadly, the United States doesn''t measure up to the world''s top recycling nations not by a long shot.
Americans recycle 34 percent of all the waste they create, according to the latest report from the Environmental Protection Agency.And while the U.S. recycling rate has been increasing over time—it was a mere 6.2 percent 50 years ago—there is more waste being created than ever.
Do you know which countries beat out the competition for the 0 recycling countries from around the world? We bet you''ll be surprised at who''s on top.
Recycling Around the WorldRecycling is one of the best environmental success stories of the late 20th century. But we could do more. People must not see
Recycling around the world. The UK government is trying to encourage more people to recycle their waste and reduce the UK''s waste mountain. Figures suggest 60% of all waste could be