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America Recycles Today

 As part of America Recycles Day today, sort as much trash as possible in two minutes. Guide the character around the park to pick up items, such as a apple cores, water bottles, and boxes, and take them to the correct bins. There are bins for recyclable, non-recyclable, and compostable items. courtesy of netTrek
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 As part of America Recycles Day today, sort as much trash as possible in two minutes. Guide the character around the park to pick up items, such as a apple cores, water bottles, and boxes, and take them to the correct bins. There are bins for recyclable, non-recyclable, and compostable items.

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