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"Traditionally, residents pay for waste collection through property taxes or a fixed fee, regardless of how much—or how little—trash they generate. Pay-As-You-throw (PAYT) breaks with tradition by treating trash services just like electricity, gas, a

"Traditionally, residents pay for waste collection through property taxes or a fixed fee, regardless of how much—or how little—trash they generate. Pay-As-You-throw (PAYT) breaks with tradition by treating trash services just like electricity, gas, a

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- "It would be easier if someone could pick up my recycling". "Something as a pick up recycle"

- "I don´t know where my recycling goes"

-"At work we did a competition to know who recycles more. It was fun."

-"If I would have somewhere near m

- "It would be easier if someone could pick up my recycling". "Something as a pick up recycle" - "I don´t know where my recycling goes" -"At work we did a competition to know who recycles more. It was fun." -"If I would have somewhere near m

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May be we can do this:
1. ask consumers to leave e-waste in supermarkets
2. give the consumers a recognition for doing this
3. create an alliance with an electronic company so this company could pick up this e-waste and reuse it.
4. electronic company could give a discount or incentive for buying new products to the consumers who left their e-waste

hope this will help