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You can mulch, or you can let the critters handle it.
New Yorkers can no longer discard old, unwanted, busted and otherwise chuck-able electronics alongside the regular trash starting in 2015.
Earth's oceans now contain 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic trash, according to the most thorough survey of its kind.
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Waste separation slackers in this 3-bin town will receive friendly notices — and eventually small fines — when caught mixing compostables with trash.
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