'Single-stream' recycling that eliminates sorting gaining in popularity in Central Florida  - Ludmilla Lelis

Jun 11, 2012 - Florida - Jamie Colburn no longer has to separate the milk jugs from the old magazines and cardboard boxes on recycling day in Eustis.  Instead, he can pitch all his recyclables into one 64-gallon rolling cart — no sorting required.  "It's a lot more convenient, and the cart is bigger than the bins we had been putting out," he said. "It's about time we did this." Read More

This counter represents the number of beverage cans and bottles that have been landfilled, littered and incinerated in the US so far this year

Bottled Up (2000-2010) - Beverage Container Recycling Stagnates

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