115 Million Aluminum Cans Recycled by US Cities

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Last October, a competition was held by the US Conference of Mayors, Novelis Inc., and Keep America Beautiful that pitted similarly sized cities against each other to see who could recycle the most.Last October, a competition was held by the US Conference of Mayors, Novelis Inc., and Keep America Beautiful that pitted similarly sized cities against each other to see who could recycle the most. The results are: everyone’s a winner, because among the 40 cities, 115 million aluminum cans were recycled. The cities that recycled the most in their divisions won $5,000 and are Milwaukee, WI, Fontana, CA, Hesperia, CA, and University City, MO. It’s certainly an achievement to be proud of.

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