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Why don’t people remember to recycle

by admin on December 13, 2009

This elephant poster may spark remembering, see recycling posters with animal theme

Most people today know that recycling is a good idea. The problem is that people have many concerns today and recycling is somewhere buried under: their bosses current need, the business crises of the day, an ill child, personal financial insecurity, their spouse just losing their job, an elderly parent and it goes on.

Recycling posters placed in work and community areas becomes a good reminder that may get noticed and resonate… and may cause a decision to take action. One thing is clear, not posting announcements of needs and suggested actions keep important issues under peoples mental radar.

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ribbitz22 January 27, 2010 at 9:28 am

I think that it's important to advertise recycling. If people see recycling ads everyday it keeps it fresh in their minds. If they remember what they saw that day when they get home, they might actually get a recycling bin instead of putting it off until later. I also think that the city should provide recycling bins to everyone. My town doesn't have recycling, only trash collection services. How hard would it be to add a recycling pick up? The pros of recycling and helping the environment far outweigh the minor trouble and cost it takes to distribute bins.

Marvin Weisenthal January 28, 2010 at 3:52 pm

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admin March 12, 2010 at 10:54 am

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