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The weird reason why we recycle flat but not crumpled up paper
It's all about the brain's automatic process of categorization.
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Let's continue talking about disposable food service items, shall we? "Each year, the equivalent of 3.8 million trees go into the manufacture of about 57 billion disposable pairs of chopsticks in China" ... See MoreSee Less
Disposable Chopsticks Strip Asian Forests
Each year, 3.8 million trees go into the manufacture of 57 billion disposable pairs of chopsticks in China. But awareness is growing, and some restaurants and consumers are switching to reusables.
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Why paper cups just aren’t greener - The Boston Globe
Each year Americans toss more than 80 billion single-use cups. But is simply switching from foam to paper really the greenest choice? Take a close look at the choice: paper or foam.
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Nearly 2 million phone books arrive in metro area
You didn't ask for it, but you probably got one. Phone books are being delivered around the Portland-metro area, even though many residents say they don't need them.
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