Recycling at Home

Jo wants to recycle. She knows it is a wise thing to do. She wants to live on a clean earth. In addition, recycling does not take much time. It is easy to do in her new home. She sees green bins in the apartment laundry room. They have the recycling symbol on them.

She makes a recycling space in her kitchen. She lines a box with a plastic bag. Then she puts it under the sink. She is ready to recycle.

At lunch, she opens a can of soup. She ​rinses​ the can and puts it in the recycle box. She flattens an empty cracker box. That goes in the recycling box too. Jo pours the last of her milk into a glass. She rinses the plastic jug, smashes it, and puts it in the box.

At the end of the week, Jo takes her bag to the green recycling bins. She is helping to keep the earth clean.

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