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Yeah, its the same where i live, only diff logos on bins
Posted 2/17/08
Well in Canada, we recycle, but not as much as England....We have a coloured bad for newpaper and ads. Another coloured bag for just random pieces of paper. Finally a blue bin for the real stuff, milk containers, glass, pop cans....ect. Of course Canada cares about the environment....after all....it is famous for its natural environment.
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I recycle but im not a nut about it
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76 / M / NJ, USA
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yea we recycle. seperate bins for glass, aluminum, & plastic; paper waste; food waste. in the fall there's a special collection for leaves. after xmas one for the xmas trees.
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Posted 2/17/08
In, the US, most people recycle newspapers and milk containers and stuff like that. Only a few people recycle as hardcore as Europeans.
Posted 2/17/08

greenleavedluck wrote:

Well in Canada, we recycle, but not as much as England....We have a coloured bad for newpaper and ads. Another coloured bag for just random pieces of paper. Finally a blue bin for the real stuff, milk containers, glass, pop cans....ect. Of course Canada cares about the environment....after all....it is famous for its natural environment.


It`s famous for producing a lot of greenhouse gases as well .
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23 / M / Canada, Vancouver
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I recycle cans and bottles.
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A recycling box? I envy you!

We have a grey and a green bin.
Onces a month they come to collect the paper. For the rest we have to go to the supermarket.

We have to turn in batteries, same goes for glass bottles. When buying plastic bottles, we have to pay extra. We get the money back when we turn in the bottles at the supermarket. Oh, and for beer bottles you also have to pay extra although they're made from glass.

We put shoes and clothes in a recycling box for the poor, but for everything we have to go to supermarkets - they don't get collected at home.
Posted 2/17/08
i recycle. i problem is i don't separate them. like glass and plastic i just put them together.
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29 / F / Australia
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We have a bin as well, they halved the size of the normal garbage bin and doubled the size of the recycling bin
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27 / M / Canada
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I recycle when it's convenient. I'm not keeping a newspaper with me for hours just to recycle it. However, if I see a bin for it, of course I'm going to use it.
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I don't recycle, the way I see it the earth created humans so we could make plastic (something the earth never had before)

So now we have created tons of plastic thats going to last for centuries, humanity become extinct b/c we fulfilled our purpose.



But I don't recycle because it really doesn't matter, most of the world doesn't recycle anyways, and they could care less.
Posted 2/17/08
Hello!

Well me and my family are recycling, cause it is sit by the government also, and it isnt that hard to follow some simply rules, trust me after you have done your part of the job that your suppose to do, you will know its for a good cause that we are recycling.
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Our school is a green school. Yes a green school. Canada is in love with recycling since 10 years ago.
In my school, our teacher got rid of all the big garbage bins and replaced them with a recycling bin with a little box that says garbage. Or this thing that lables:

Food
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Recycle
Garbage
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34 / F / Canada
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Posted 2/17/08
*shrugs* I have recycled for my whole life? Its like...natural for me here in Canada; everyone recycles o_o; (or at least we should)

We're not the cleanest country in the world( i think Japan is? dunno not sure) but we're up there on the list =)
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