Workers remove contaminants from a stream of recyclables at the Waste Management facility in Newark, N.J., Jan. 28, 2016. As oil prices sink, it becomes cheaper to make new plastic and other materials than it is to recycle them from garbage, hitting the recycling industry hard.
Workers remove contaminants from a stream of recyclables at the Waste Management facility in Newark, N.J., Jan. 28, 2016. As oil prices sink, it becomes cheaper to make new plastic and other materials than it is to recycle them from garbage, hitting the recycling industry hard. DAVE SANDERS NYT
Workers remove contaminants from a stream of recyclables at the Waste Management facility in Newark, N.J., Jan. 28, 2016. As oil prices sink, it becomes cheaper to make new plastic and other materials than it is to recycle them from garbage, hitting the recycling industry hard. DAVE SANDERS NYT