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Author Topic: What is it about the Yellow Pages that makes it (them?) un-recyclable?  (Read 1638 times)

Offline Hiheels

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As the internet spreads I assume they'll become defunct eventually anyway, but they thrust them on people and then you can't get rid of 'em.

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According to this site you can recycle Yellow pages

http://www.recyclenow.com/what_can_i_do_today/can_it_be_recycled/paper_products/yellow_pages.html

this is good to encourage children to recycle too.

http://www.woodland-trust.org.uk/yell2/welcome.htm
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my local council take yellow pages and when we last had ours delivered the council sent a note to all houses reminding us to recycle them with our cardboard