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November 30, 2018

Good morning,

Cyber Week3Are you responsible for trash pollution? Yes and no. Mostly yes. But the blame isn't yours alone. A large burden of responsibility and effort has been placed on the shoulders of the consuming public by manufacturers, and they have spent decades and millions of dollars to convince you that recycling and environmental responsibility is your job.

A perfect example; whatever happened to 5 or 10 cent deposits on cans and bottles?

Scroll down to find out how big corporations have been shifting the blame to you, and why.

Thanks for reading,

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