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A Midland Railway ‘Spinner’ passes by, just outside Blackwell station.
Like Turbomotive, she will remain mine.
It’s common practice to recycle paper, glass, and many plastics—in fact, about 35% of the trash produced in the U.S. is recycled or composted. So why can’t we recycle what’s commonly referred to as Styrofoam? (It’s actually expanded polystyrene, or EPS—a bit different!) In episode 19 of Speaking of Chemistry, host Sophia Cai explains that EPS actually can be recycled, but the prohibitive costs have prompted cities to ban the pesky product instead.
If this episode leaves you wanting to know more about recycling EPS, read the sources below.
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Fuming Over Foam
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Issue Date: March 23, 2015
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