TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, April 21, 2004
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Recycling saves Earth, limits waste
Students need to be aware of garbage concerns

Picture this: The United States produced more than 225 tons of Jell-O in one year, an average of 4.4 pounds per person per day. But only about 30 percent of that was actually eaten.

Seems like a waste, right? Fortunately, that didn’t happen. Instead, we produced over 225 tons of trash and only recycled about 30 percent of that. Much worse.
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I cannot count the number of times I have pulled an all-nighter.
 
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