Cutting The Trash Heap Down To SizePeter Hong
When Jeanne Cobb and her husband, Michael, moved to Seattle three years ago, it took three trips to haul their weekly garbage to the curb. Recycling hadn't caught on yet, Jeanne says, so the couple threw away "every scrap of paper, every flyer, every newspaper, egg cartons, cracker boxes, cans, and bottles."
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