recycler


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recycler

(riːˈsaɪklə)
n
a person who recyclesa machine used for recycling
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It may sound a bit of an exaggeration to say that recycling can change your life, but in very real ways, participating in the Master Recycler program has changed the lives of many.
It was obvious that there was pretty good interest in OCC export," says one Midwestern recycler.
I could come up with half a load of good stuff and say, 'If you want it, you have to take the bad,' and sell it all by the pound," the recycler says.
Recycler mowing is the latest thing for your garden if you want to play your part in helping the environment - as well as saving yourself time, money and a lot of hassle cutting your grass every summer.
One recycler says, "Business will be strong to start off the year.
As an avid recycler, I know that what I have left for the trash is almost entirely plastics, so yes, pound for pound our trash is more toxic than nonrecyclers' trash.
Whether you're a homeowner, professional recycler, or an industrial customer, rain, snow or shine, our friendly staff is prepared to help you preserve the environment and put cash back into your pocket," said Siewert.
based Electronic Recyclers, which bills itself as the largest electronics recycler in California, has announced a partnership with the Burillo Azcarraga Group of Mexico to develop ERI Mexico.
A mixed C&D recycler who is serving the boiler fuel market will most likely need a much different system than one who is serving the colored mulch market.
having good-looking bales helps a recycler build the professional image and reputation he needs to grow his business.

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