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Where Your Recycling Really Goes

Gross but true: new floss is made from old floss.

Your recycling doesn’t go where you think. (Unsplash)

The greatest trick corporations ever played was making us think we could recycle their products. -The New York Times

Every single plastic water bottle is just used to make another plastic water bottle. They don’t even clean them.

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Medium humor. Large laughs.

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Cara Michelle Smith

Cara Michelle Smith

Cara Michelle Smith is a comedy writer in Chicago. You can harass her on Twitter at @Cara_Smith5, so long as you do so creatively.

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