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Best Answer Eric Dierker says
Wow -0- I thought it was easy for all developed nations peoples. That is a problem.
Oh by the by we recycle air here but it really is a stinky
Depends on what you mean by 'developed'. The only thing that qualifies for that definition here in the good old UKoGB is Bankers' bonuses
Sorry to say this but Shame on you as a people.
Alan are you more rural where you live too? I have always had that impression. I wonder if here in the U.S. rural affects my impression of recycling because of where I live. Thanks for inspiring to a bit more research. Maybe there is a hub?
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Arthur Russ says
I have learned from Alan and your contribution my 'perception' of recycling is tainted. I took for granted my lifestyle and the communal means here were typical. I realize they are not. hmmmm . . . I wonder how to address that with a Hub? Thanks!!
I live in a numbered district of London, within about 6-7 miles of the City of London. The borough I live in has a tendency to over-pay its mayor and under-invest in essential services (like roads and recycling).
Hi Alan, yes our Mayoral elections for London and Bristol are due in May; do you think either of the candidates for London Mayoral, Zac Goldsmith (Conservative) or Sadiq Khan (Labour) hold any promise for doing a better job than Boris Johnson?
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