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Lack of green for recycling spurs some drastic steps

By Brian Benson
Globe Correspondent / December 14, 2008

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Gordon Martin watches the piles of stacked-up cardboard and other recyclables at Wellesley's recycling and disposal facility grow larger every day as the value of the waste plummets. (Full article: 935 words)

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