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Recycling bins 34% more effective when they have...holes!

Bill MacDermott  |  02/04/09 @ 12:07pm

Recycling bins in public places are starting to be more common, and they come in a variety of designs. Some are little bins hovering over trash cans that sometimes look more like cigarette bins, some look pretty much the same as a regular trash can...and some have small holes just the right size for recyclable items.

Turns out, that latter design will increase the rate of recycling by 34% - just through its shape.

Read the rest of the article at Treehugger.com

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