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Americans Buckle Down and Recycle

In the house, at work and school, Americans have successfully participated in recycling programs– and one of the best success stories is paper.
In 2005, a record-high 51.5 percent (51.3 million lots) of all paper consumed in the United States was recuperated for recycling. The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) wishes to increase that number and has set an ambitious objective of 55 percent recovery by 2012.
Every American can do his/her part. Each community’s recycling programs might be different; you can usually recycle newspapers, corrugated containers (cardboard), direct mail, brochures, and publications. Consult your local municipality to learn what you can and can not recycle.
The AF&PA Recycling Awards were produced to acknowledge the impressive person, company neighborhood, and school paper recycling efforts. In 2006, the program was broadened to consist of a classification for schools.
This year’s award winners are:
Ed Hurley Memorial Paper Recycling Award (for individual accomplishment).
Joel Ostroff, Macon County, North Carolina.
AF&PA Business Leadership Recycling Awards.
Small Business: Bluegrass Regional Recycling Corporation, Richmond, Kentucky.
Large Business: Brewer Science, Inc., Rolla, Missouri.
AF&PA Community Recycling Awards.
Small Community: North-field, Minnesota.
Large Community: Seattle, Washington.
College & University: tie between the University of Colorado at Boulder in Boulder, Colorado, and the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.
” This year’s Recycling Award winners have displayed innovation and social responsibility,” said AF&PA President & CEO W. Henson Moore. “Their achievements in recycling have set brand-new precedents.”.
Each community’s recycling programs might be different; you can usually recycle newspapers, corrugated containers (cardboard), direct mail, brochures, and magazines. • Large Business: Brewer Science, Inc., Rolla, Missouri.
Large Community: Seattle, Washington.
College & University: tie in between the University of Colorado at Boulder in Boulder, Colorado, and the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.

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