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Recycling Fact and Fiction: Can You Tell the Difference?

Recently, I was inspired by a Popular Mechanics article that cleared up a lot of the misinformation around recycling. Think you can spot the facts from the fiction? Then take my quiz! Source

Recycling Fact and Fiction: Can You Tell the Difference?

Fact or fiction: We have to recycle because we're running out of landfill space.

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jrebeccat jrebeccat 7 years
I agree with isahrangme that the answer to question one should be fact. Twenty years is a ridiculously short period of time.
isahrangme isahrangme 7 years
I think the correct answer to Q1 is still FACT. Just because we have 20 years doesn't mean we're NOT running out of landfill space. I went to visit a trash/recycling plant once, and the owner definitely said that the landfill space is a problem.
honeyhoney77 honeyhoney77 7 years
I didn't do too well either, but I still recycle! Anyway, I learned something new today =)
Arivia Arivia 7 years
2/5. Wow, that sucks - I grew up in a household with one of Canada's mavens of recycling - I really should have done better!
Arivia Arivia 7 years
2/5.Wow, that sucks - I grew up in a household with one of Canada's mavens of recycling - I really should have done better!
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