Naylor, Matthew
March 2007
Farmers Weekly;3/23/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 12, p40
Trade Publication
The article argues that recycling should be the last resort when it comes to packaging in agriculture. The author suggests re-using is better than recycling because it does not involve an extra manufacturing process. He adds that the amount of needless waste that comes with the inputs that people buy for the farm is another problem.


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