I have spent years trying to find the answers, but I finally found the answer: The trash is being collected and disposed of in ways that are far beyond what is technically feasible.
And I know it because I worked in recycling for decades.
In the early 1990s, my first job was to collect trash in a landfill in northern California.
It was a small operation, and it was hard to work long hours.
We had to work in pairs, with our backs to the dumpster.
So, my boss called me up and said, “Hey, we need to get a garbage pickup truck.”
We got a truckload of trash.
We were out of our cars, and our trash had been collected, and I was able to take it to the truck.
We went down the highway and got it into the dump truck, and we started loading it into our dump truck.
And so I started doing the garbage pickup.
And then, after a couple of years, the dump trucks started to get old.
And, you know, it was a lot of work.
So I thought, You know, this is a good time to get out of the truck and start thinking about what we’re going to do next.
And so, I started thinking about how to do it efficiently.
And, you can imagine, it became a little bit more difficult.
So in 2001, I went back to school and got my Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Technology.
And my master’s thesis was about waste collection.
And what I found was, for every 10,000 tonnes of garbage that was collected, we had to do the equivalent of 10 years of recycling.
So it became clear to me that this wasn’t sustainable.
So then, I realized that recycling is going to be an essential part of the future.
And it becomes even more so when you think about the resources that are out there.
So the first thing I thought about was how can we make recycling more efficient?
And that is how I started my first recycling business.
It’s the simplest way to recycle.
And that’s how I got started in recycling.
I started off by having a few employees.
I hired some people that had experience with waste, recycling, and storage, so I could figure out the best way to go about it.
I thought we should make it simple, and that I should have people do it on site, and they could do it as easily as we could.
And there were some people I hired who had no idea what they were doing.
So they had to learn it on the job.
Then, after that, we started to think about how we could do this with our existing facilities, and what we would need to do to make this a sustainable business.
We decided to start using a warehouse in the city of San Diego to get our waste.
So we had a warehouse there, and then we began building a landfill there.
And it’s really simple.
When you buy your trash, you get it into a container, and you put it in a container that’s attached to a conveyor belt.
That means that it’s being loaded in the conveyor, which means that the waste is going into a recycling facility.
And when it’s loaded, it’s going out into the landfill, which then gets it into an incinerator.
And the waste that is incinerated, you take out and put in the recycling facility, which gets it out into landfills.
And then, you have to dispose of the waste in a way that is environmentally sound, because the waste will get into the environment, which has to get recycled, and eventually, it can be put back into the atmosphere.
And you have the waste-to-energy process, where you burn the waste to create electricity, and the electricity is used to make fuel.
And we use that fuel to make heat in the building that we’re building.
So our buildings can use energy to produce heat.
It was a way to save money and increase efficiency.
So that was our plan.
But as we were doing that, the recycling program that we were going to start was not working well.
And eventually, we got our recycling company to close down because we were losing money.
And ultimately, we decided to go ahead and do a second recycling company.
And as a result, the number of recyclable materials that we could sell dropped dramatically, because we didn’t have the customers who wanted to do that anymore.
So what was the reason that the recycling company shut down?
Well, there were three reasons: One, it didn’t make sense for us to continue as a recycling company in the current climate, and two, it wasn’t economically viable.
So it was time to make a decision that was really, really, and really bad for our business.
So we went to an investor, and he said, I think you need to shut down your company, because your revenue