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Why this help socity and planet a very big way it would cut down on the cost of wast ,haveing cleanup landsites,make people more aware also responsibable for what they buy and how they use it,in my town thier is one main recycling bin its stuck so far out the way that if you know the town you could spend all day driving around looking for... It used to be outside the wal-mart parking lot but too many people complained that looked bad,was imposiable to drive around extra,so it was moved,now wal-mart only recyles its plastic bags, and it sell's the reusable bags for 2.00 a peace ... All this has up's downs one good part more people are getting the reusable bags or saying keep the palstic ,but not careing the reusable ones on them at all times... Also buy not making recycling bins more asibable its conterproductive because basicly "most people " are lazy and with gas prices the way they are won't want too speend the time driving around looking bins,it quicker to just throw it away ,so becomes somebody else's problem...If you take away something like plasticbags compleatly, and replaced it with the reuseable ones it would become part of the socail norm... Also if you recycling bins in place of trashbins ,then the same effect people will strate seprating and recycling more... The downside to this is it requres people chanage and acept more responability for thier action's something humans don't do so easy...

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Comment by Jodie Johnson on March 26, 2010 at 10:51pm
I completely agree, where I live only part of the town was given recycling bins, and the other half not, we live on a lake surrounded by the outdoors, you think they would put a recycling program in to keep it looking as beautiful as it is. I dont even know if the people who did have the recycling bins actually get their stuff recycled or if it just goes to a dump. I have to drive my stuff an hour and 10 minutes out of town to recycle it. :( I totally agree that recycling should be a law!

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