Americans recycled more, pitched less in 2005
Oct 24, 2006 | 07:08 AM
| Michael Marley
Americans are recycling more and throwing away less, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
EPA administrator Stephen L. Johnson, in prepared remarks to be delivered at the National Recycling Coalition conference in Atlanta, said the United States recycled 32 percent of its waste in 2005. Including composting, Americans recycled 79 million tons, representing....
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