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Miriam Holsinger

Miriam Holsinger

  • I appreciated the author’s focus on the need to reduce consumption and increase domestic use of recycled content to fix the issues but was disappointed in how she described the contamination. It isn’t dirty peanut butter jars that cause issues it is people putting candy wrappers, saw blades, tricycles

    I appreciated the author’s focus on the need to reduce consumption and increase domestic use of recycled content to fix the issues but was disappointed in how she described the contamination. It isn’t dirty peanut butter jars that cause issues it is people putting candy wrappers, saw blades, tricycles, diapers and other non-recyclables in the recycling bin that causes the biggest problems in the system.