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0 points - I don't recycle anything. 2 points - I have all the junk mail I've ever received piled up around the house 50 points - I recycle junk mail when I'm at home and it's convenient to do so.
100 points - I recycle ever scrap of paper only after re-using it as many times as possible.
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Guideline details
Created by: friend on 2000-01-21 17:18:49
Last modified by: friend on 2000-01-21 17:23:31

Summary: Put your junk mail in your paper recycling bin, rather than your trash can.

Author's statement:
Millions of pounds of junk mail end up in our landfills
every year. When garbage is packed into landfills, even
biodegradable items, such as paper, do not biodegrade.
This is due to a lack of oxygen. 


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