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Massachusetts considers expanding recycling

The state of Massachusetts is considering a ballot proposition nick named the bottle bill that, if enacted, will expand recycling in the state. While it sounds like a great idea, the costs and effectiveness of recycling overall make the endeavor a waste of time and effort. 22 more words

Green Teams Make a Difference

Students from the Hingham High School Green Team are making a difference.  I am inspired by the action steps that they accomplish.

Green Committee Meeting… 584 more words

Who Runs an Ad About Ted Williams' Head?

From our Headless Ted in Brainless Ad desk

Amazingly, the Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund ran this ad in yesterday’s Boston Globe Capital (as in, $$$) section. 45 more words

A Question For Litter Lady and Donna ardizzoni (and whoever else wants to chime in)

In regards to the expanded bottle bill which would include water bottles, juice bottles, when you are doing your Community Clean Ups what do you find to be the worst litter items? 127 more words

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MA's Question 2 Not As Straightforward As It Seems

By: Matt Couture

Each year, when the legislature fails to decide for themselves on certain issues of concern to the state, Massachusetts voters are asked to vote on ballot questions, each with ramifications over years and perhaps decades. 1,047 more words

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NightSide - Jack Clark and Nicole Giambusso Have A Civil Discussion On Expanding The Bottle Bill In MA

BOSTON (CBS) – Question 2 is the Massachusetts Expansion of Bottle Deposits Initiative and on November 4th, it will be on your ballot. If approved by voters, the measure would expand the state’s beverage container deposit law to require deposits on all containers of nonalcoholic drinks, except beverages derived from dairy, infant formula or medications. 142 more words

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Supermarkets Launch Campaign Against Bottle Bill In Mass.

BOSTON (AP) — Supermarket chains are launching a television ad to try to persuade voters to reject a ballot question to expand Massachusetts’ bottle deposit law. 171 more words

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