Missing ‘bird’ swoops back into place

Wright, Shawn
March 2012
Waste & Recycling News;3/19/2012, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p0030
Trade Publication
The article reports on the recycled "Carton Crane," created from scrap metals and paper cartons, which disappeared at the recycling drop site in Cheboygan in Emmet County, Michigan. It says that a Cheboygan resident and art enthusiast took the carton crane, who assumed that the crane was a just an item to be recycled, but returned it after several days. Furthermore, the crane toured the Emmet County as part of the awareness campaign that paper cartons are recyclable.


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