Taking the trash challenge

Tess Vigeland Sep 14, 2007
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An Apple Jacks box is among several items at Los Angeles County's Bradley Landfill that could have been recycled by the consumer who threw them in the trash. Tess Vigeland

Taking the trash challenge

Tess Vigeland Sep 14, 2007
An Apple Jacks box is among several items at Los Angeles County's Bradley Landfill that could have been recycled by the consumer who threw them in the trash. Tess Vigeland
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