01. Do you know where I can [recycle] plastic bottles in this area?
02. The [recycling] program here is quite good, with door-to-door collection of plastics, cans, bottles, and paper.
03. Most types of plastic are now [recyclable] in this city.
04. The University of Victoria has containers for [recycling] paper in every classroom on campus.
05. A lot of the glass that is [recycled] here is ground up, and used to build roads.
06. Many of the plastic pop bottles which are [recycled] are used to make fleece jackets.
07. Someone once noted that one thing you cannot [recycle] is wasted time.
08. I read somewhere that [recycling] one glass jar saves enough energy to watch television for 3 hours!
09. To save a typical tree, a stack of newspapers about 1.5 meters high must be [recycled].
10. Aluminum, glass, and paper are the three materials most easy to [recycle].
11. Every time a ton of steel is [recycled], it means 2,500 pounds of iron ore, 1,000 pounds of coal, and 40 pounds of limestone will not have to be mined from the Earth.
12. Nearly 65 percent of America's aluminum cans are [recycled].
13. Despite the fact that it has an enormous vocabulary, the English language generally [recycles] a limited number of words over and over again.
14. [Recycled] glass uses only two-thirds the energy needed to manufacture glass from scratch.
15. Steel is 100 percent [recyclable], and can be reprocessed almost indefinitely.
16. It takes glass one million years to decompose, which means it never wears out, and can be [recycled] an infinite number of times.
17. Air conditioners completely [recycle] the air throughout the Empire State Building every 10 minutes.
18. Long before the concept became popular in the West, [recycling] was being practiced on a daily basis in Burma.
19. In 1972, the state of Oregon passed the nation's first bottle [recycling] law.
20. Someone once said that advice is simply a way of [recycling] experiences we have had.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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