Inspired by suppressed id: Have you ever removed recyclable refuse from a trash can and put it in a nearby recycling receptacle?
I have but only at home.
recyclables that they generate - fast-casual places, that is. I'm annoyed that Starbucks doesn't (not outside anyway; I haven't been inside it for a couple years).
Yes, but mainly at an annual event I help with, where we appropriate city park trash & recycle containers, and not all the participants put things in the right place. We like to leave the park spiffy, better than we found it.
I don't do it at
All the time. My wife is constantly putting plastic milk jugs in the trash.
Take em in turn em in for cash. CRV. Trife life. Big city.
I was walking through my campus and outside of a convenience-ish store there were three trash cans overflowing with discarded plastic bottles. But nowhere to put it. I had to cringe as I walked passed them three times.
This isn't quite the same, but your comment brought it to mind: instagram.com/p/dYElf0oEYJ/
I don't know how much of that stuff is recyclable, but it's annoying anyway. Many places around here *do* provide containers for recycling the
my apartment complex, which has dumpster-size recycling containers in every parking lot. Because if I started last month I'd probably still be out there sorting stuff. You don't want to get me started on how aggravated this makes me, partly
Probably my own after I realized
because the incorrect dumping in the recycle container (as well as in the trash container; it's not illegal to put more than a certain percentage of cardboard in it, but people do it) directly increases our trash fee.