It's 2015, and by now it should be a no-brainer to recycle. Unfortunately, "should" is the operative Anne Arundel County, Maryland, the goal is 50% recycling, yet overall, the county is at 44% (up from years past where it was in the upper 30's percent). This is somewhat promising, yet ask yourself how you'd feel about a score of 44% or 50% on a test.
word, and it's still not happening.
In a neat interactive over at the AA Co's "Recycle More Often" website shows some of what is still landing over at the landfill. Along with that is the number 26% --which is the reported amount of what the county citizens could move over to their recycle bins.
Additionally, their Sesame-Street-esque video series of "The Recover Brothers" puts it into plain and simple terms:
Video from http://www.recyclemoreoften.com/video_2014.php and https://youtu.be/CUOW7hqFd-s
Sunday, May 10, 2015
The Recover Brothers Recycling Videos
Posted by Vicki at 11:30 AM
Labels: human impact , plastic , pollution , recycling , reduce , responsibility
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