Recycling is readily available at all Penn State football tailgates, but recycling bags are also often filled with trash.
Recycling is readily available at all Penn State football tailgates, but recycling bags are also often filled with trash. Nabil K. Mark Centre Daily Times, file
Recycling is readily available at all Penn State football tailgates, but recycling bags are also often filled with trash. Nabil K. Mark Centre Daily Times, file

We are ... not always the best recyclers

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