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In all of the shared houses and family group living environments I have lived in, I have noticed one central and all important factor which gets the whole group to recycle. One person - on behalf of everyone else - gets a recycling bin organised, wor

In all of the shared houses and family group living environments I have lived in, I have noticed one central and all important factor which gets the whole group to recycle. One person - on behalf of everyone else - gets a recycling bin organised, wor

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With household recycling in the UK, you find that big clusters of streets/houses will all be recycling perfectly, putting all their little boxes and bags out neatly, in a line, correctly and and on time for collection, and then you encounter another

With household recycling in the UK, you find that big clusters of streets/houses will all be recycling perfectly, putting all their little boxes and bags out neatly, in a line, correctly and and on time for collection, and then you encounter another

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Great idea! - and if champ stamps can be 'cashed in' and redeemed for expenditure on community infrastructure or charity projects that both the residents and volunteer champions care about, then there is the motivation to keep going.