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"For many, environmentalism begins with the recycling symbol and ends at the recycling bin. The simple act of throwing something away into a large box marked with a recycling sign is enough to make some of us feel like we’ve done our part. It’s like eating only half of a chocolate chip cookie– we indulge, but not that much. Similarly, our faith in the magic of the recycling bin makes purchasing and using plastic products a little more guilt-free. But recycling is a lot more c
Let’s be painfully honest with each other for a second. Tell me the truth: are you recycling correctly?
Plastic packaging is everywhere, from food to makeup to technology .... and exactly how to recycle can feel overwhelming to understand. And it’s no wonder — there are thousands of different curbside recycling programs across the country, each with their own rules, equipment, and end markets for their plastic.
Feels like an endless chore to think about, I know. Take a brea