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The Waste Paper Recycling Process

For most people who recycle, the actual process used is a bit of mystery. As long as the collection company picks up your recyclables or you drop them off yourself, the how and why of waste paper recycling doesn’t top your list of things to worry about. Of course, if you are sending your paper … Read more

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Putting An End To Junk Mail

In an average week how much junk mail comes to your home? For the average American family, with two adults and two children, they could probably weigh their junk mail at the end of any given week to equal the weight of a small animal. An average American home can get items from, clearing houses, … Read more

Toronto Paper Cup Recycling

Toronto Paper Cup Recycling

Talk about recycling is nothing new. In the last 40 years or so it has only gained more and more notice and popularity. Some people choose to focus on only one aspect of the recycling movement, while others make it a point to try to recycle and reuse materials of all kinds. However you look … Read more

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The Basic Recycling Process for Paper

Most of us don’t think about recycling much past when the driver picks it up or we drop it off at the local recycling center. Of course, the process of making new material from used items is important, but in the course of everyday life it just doesn’t make it through all the other concerns … Read more

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The Various Jobs of Paper Recycling Companies

Unless you happen to work in the industry in question, its unlikely that you know the ins and outs of every job out there. Take fast food for example. Those people not in the industry think that job is about taking an order, processing the payment, and cooking the food. The truth is there is … Read more

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How to Get a Paper Recycling Center

Every movement or approach to social change has to start somewhere. As is often the case, the original idea is broadened to fit in many other similar improvements and ideas. This is certainly the case when it comes to the recycling movement. Back in the 1960s and 70s the first recycling rallies and educational material … Read more

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Using a Personal Paper Recycling Unit

When most people think about paper recycling, they usually think about it on the grand scheme of things. In other words, pictures of the huge paper recycling receptacles found in the parking lots of grocery stores, libraries, and schools comes to mind. Images of large paper recycling plants with tons of employees and its own … Read more

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Paper Recycling Plants and the Community

Whether or not you have chosen to recycle, its doubtful you have a clear idea of what exactly goes on in the various recycling plants. Some plants are set up to handle more than one type of recycling goods, while other choose to be devoted to one kind, like the paper recycling plants. Each one … Read more

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The Right Paper for the Paper Recycling Process

Most people are familiar with the recycling logo. You can find it on some of the packaging of products you buy, as well as on bins and other items used for recycling. What you might not be aware of is how the whole recycling process works. Lets start at the beginning of the paper recycling … Read more

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Where to Drop Paper Recycling

Sometimes change is hard. You know you should do something, but getting into the new habit is something of a challenge. After all, behavior experts say it takes about 2 weeks of regular change to break a habit and about a month to start a new habit. Of course, when you know that the change … Read more