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Recycling

Posted Friday, July 15, 2022 | 34 Comments

Recycling

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really tired
really tired
1 year ago

5/10 – why do i even bother. the questions are random knowledge and often unrelated.

Richard C..
Richard C..
1 year ago

8/10 I would never have guessed that Maine recycled more than La la land.

Freda .
Freda .
1 year ago

9/10..I feel pretty good about that score.I was shocked to learn only 13% of people worldwide recycle.

Rich D
Rich D
1 year ago

7/10 Got the last 3 wrong.

Sherry Ware
Sherry Ware
1 year ago

7/10 Better than I expected. My apartment complex doesn’t recycle our trash so not up to date with current recycling information. Who knew, Maine is the recycling winner? I do now.

David L
David L
1 year ago

Learned much from the quiz. Will return,later and see if I remember the information.

Debra Reynolds
Debra Reynolds
1 year ago

I only have one question on the quiz?????

Loretta
Loretta
1 year ago

6 out of 10

ROBERT
ROBERT
1 year ago

I got the first seven correct with some logical guesses, but I’ve NEVER seen a steel item with the recycle logo on it, so I so I immediately discarded that possibility. Still, after believing that this would be my worst effort ever, I scored 8 of 10. By the way, I didn’t get the usual Friday AMAC email, so I had to google the games/puzzles to get this.

Robert S.
Robert S.
1 year ago

I recycle, but really, why do we care, most of the recycling you send away in the trucks, is just dumped in the landfill, because of the cost of sorting.

Del Robinson
Del Robinson
1 year ago

It is not a triangle, it is a mobius.
Just sayin’…

Lana
Lana
1 year ago

6/10. Oh, well

Bonnie
Bonnie
1 year ago

We lived in Alabama while in the military. Best state ever for recycling when we were there in the 90’s.

James Shedd
James Shedd
1 year ago

7/10, all three misses on the last three questions. I mistakenly assumed paper would be the easiest material to recycle, chose Oregon over Maine, and stated 31% of the world population recycles. What I can state, based only on first hand anecdotal evidence is “Third World” populations very likely recycle materials far more than more developed nations. For example, sandwiches I purchased on-base at Tan Son Nhut AB, Viet Nam were wrapped in recycled computer paper, soft drinks were poured into plastic sandwich bags tied with a rubber band with plastic straw inserted so glass bottles could be retained by vendors. Roadside stands walks were often covered in recycled flattened aluminum cans. In the Philippines it seemed like almost nothing was thrown away by natives who found ways to recycle plastic jugs, aluminum, galvanized tin, etc.

Bob
Bob
1 year ago

9 out of 10. I am completely indoctrinated. Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated.

Danm
Danm
1 year ago

6/10. I dont do much recycling, however I refuse to buy water in those plastic bottles. I guess thats better than nothing.

Dr. John
Dr. John
1 year ago

Why do we have to be barraged with this P.C. crap! Shame on you AMAC! By the way the answers to some of the questions are actually wrong. Please, pick the non political items. For the record, conservatives are far more active in conservation. Go to a liberal fund raiser and you’ll see tons of trash and refuse, much of haz mat. Go to a conservative event and the trash is picked up and the area is clean.

Jeanette Fenton
Jeanette Fenton
1 year ago

only 4 out of 10. Clearly not up on the “statistics” on this and was shocked to hear only 13% actually recycle. We’ve been doing it since an early age long before it was finally popularized. But I get angry at how much recycled material is carried to the dumps in China or dumped in ocean. That’s NOT recycling, just changing where the “garbage” goes. I wish more items were still in bottles instead of plastic containers. Glass is easy to recycle and safer for food.

Kathryn
Kathryn
1 year ago

6/10 and I recycle everything. I guess my score should be higher, huh?

Dave Pasley
Dave Pasley
1 year ago

8/10

Mike
Mike
1 year ago

On question 8, I picked glass, because it is the ONLY material that can be recycled infinitely. Steel gets weaker with each recycle, as does paper, plastic and cardboard. Yet, my municipality has stopped accepting glass in the recycle bin. I guess there isn’t enough profit in recycling glass.

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