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2 edition of Where the waste goes. found in the catalog.

Where the waste goes.

Wessex Water.

Where the waste goes.

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Published by Wessex Water in Bristol .
Written in English


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  The water in your sink, the water you flush, the water rushing down a street after a storm where does it go, anyway? There's no one better to ask than Wally Waterdrop himself, and just such a.   From Miami to Minneapolis and Kansas City to Boston, Better World Books provides drop off sites throughout the eastern half of the U.S. CHECK HERE to see find a drop off site is located near you. A local option is to donate your books to organizations like Goodwill, Salvation Army, and your community’s thrift centers will take donations of almost any sort, but be sure to check.   What happens to your plastic waste after you put it in your recycling bin? Rather than being whisked off to a local factory, to be transformed into pristine new materials, often it is shipped.


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