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Timeline of recycling

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| 1996 || || Criticism || Columnist John Tierney writes in a {{w|New York Times Magazine}} article that “recycling is garbage.” “Mandatory recycling programs […] offer mainly short-term benefits to a few groups—politicians, public relations consultants, environmental organizations and waste handling corporations—while diverting money from genuine social and environmental problems. Recycling may be the most wasteful activity in modern America.”<ref name="The Pros and Cons of Recycling">{{cite web |title=The Pros and Cons of Recycling |url= | |accessdate=4 February 2020}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |title=4 Reasons Recycling Is Worth Its Associated Costs |url= | |accessdate=11 February 2020}}</ref> || {{w|United States}}
| 1996 || || Organization || {{w|RREUSE}} ||
| 1997 || || || {{w|America Recycles Day}} is created on November 15 by the National Recycling Coalition. Every year since then, the President of the United States usually issues a [[w:Presidential proclamation (United States)|Presidential Proclamation]] recognizing this day and encourage his fellow Americans to commit to the act of recycling.<ref name="America Recycles Dayd">{{cite web |title=America Recycles Day |url= | |accessdate=4 February 2020}}</ref> || {{w|United States}}

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