Which state in our country has the highest recycling rate and what is the rate?

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Answered: Recycled materials

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Answered: Recycling

It is possible, but it may not be common in your area. Styrofoam (aka polystyrene) usually isn't accepted by curbside recycling programs & even if it is, they may not take styrofoam contaminated by food. Best bet is to contact your local waste management utility. You can also search at earth911 ...
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Does Recycling Really Help?

Recycling really help! Billion tons of recyclable objects are dumped in landfills every year. These objects can stay there for decades or even centuries polluting the air, soil, and water. If everyone participates in recycling, the volume of waste diverted to landfills would be greatly reduced.

Recycling

To find out you can contact them direct by going to this web page. http://www.monroecounty-fl.gov/Pages/MonroeCoFL_Waste/recycling