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Would someone please click on the article linked in the details below, and paste it here?

Asked by Incoherency_ (1993points) 2 months ago

This article seems to claim that recycling is no longer doing any good in CA.

I’m asking this because I’ve already read my limit of free LA Times articles. I’d subscribe for 4 weeks to read it, but they want to lock me into a continuous subscription, where I’d have to call to cancel.

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Incoherency_'s avatar

I’m asking someone to click on the article linked in the OP details, copy the text of the article, and then paste it here, in response to this question.

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SavoirFaire's avatar

For what it’s worth, the headline is a bit misleading. We really shouldn’t be posting entire articles here, but I can PM you some solutions. Often times, the easiest thing to do is just use a different browser to get around the monthly limit.

Brian1946's avatar

Should I delete the contents of my previous post?

SavoirFaire's avatar

Already done. Sorry that I was too late to save you the effort.

snowberry's avatar

I found a lot of articles on Mercury News that looks like it might be useful to you. Wow, what a mess! https://www.mercurynews.com/?s=Recycling+&orderby=date&order=desc

Mariah's avatar

If you use Chrome, you can use an incognito tab to get around most monthly limits.

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