Confessions of a Renegade Recycler 

Due mainly to the diligence of my wife, we recycle virtually every molecule of paper, glass, plastic and metal that passes through our house. Whereas I might be tempted to just toss into the trash that scrap of aluminum foil encrusted with…

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