The Recyclable Journey 

From the end of your driveway to the edge of the world

It's a Sunday afternoon in late July, and Janet Smith stands in her kitchen, surrounded by oak cabinets, shiny black appliances and flying-saucer looking chandeliers. When she opens the Macy's box on her table, white packing peanuts spill out, no longer needed…

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