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Grappling with Sustainability

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They say it takes about 21 days to break a bad habit or to start a new one. Before moving into the sustainability house I knew what recycling was and how to do it, or so I thought, but I can’t say recycling was something I always made sure I did. Like most people, I recycled when it was convenient to.

As you may or may not know there are rules to recycling, especially with plastics. In order for us to recycle a plastic, it must have the recycling symbol on it with the number 1 through 7 in it. blog 22Not all plastics are created equal. The number on each plastic item contains information on the type of chemicals that make up each plastic. The recycling symbols that contain a number 1 or 2 in it are always safe to recycle. These plastics are commonly used for water and soda…

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