Ore. students push for recycling bins after studying trash

07/6/2014 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Two Oregon high-school students in an Advanced Placement environmental science class sorted through the trash of three local grocery stores this spring to determine how much of it could be recycled. They found that more than 90% of the trash was recyclable items, which prompted the students to ask the stores' management to consider installing recycling bins.

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