Susan Collins

Container Recycling Institute

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Executive director for the Container Recycling Institute

Susan Collins on KCRW

Recycling centers -- those places where you bring your bottles and cans and get a little change in return – are closing.

Why are hundreds of California recycling centers closing?

Recycling centers -- those places where you bring your bottles and cans and get a little change in return – are closing.

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Recycling centers want beverage bottles, but fewer of those bottles are showing up.

In California, recycling rates drop to lowest point since 2008

Recycling centers want beverage bottles, but fewer of those bottles are showing up.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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