Everyone is recycling wrong, but it's not your fault | Conservation Law Foundation

Everyone is recycling wrong, but it’s not your fault

Boston 25 News

Kirstie Pecci, director of the Zero Waste Project at the Conservation Law Foundation, says the problem with single-stream recycling is that it’s very confusing for the consumers and rules can vary from town to town.

“A lot of times companies want to blame consumers in saying citizens, residents are not good sorters. That’s not the problem. We need a better system and we keep getting a lot of push back from industry when we’re trying to build that system,” Pecci said.

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