Trillions of Killer Cigarette Butts Can Be Recycled to Fight Rust

April 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Green, Recycle

Photo jasong106 via flickr. According to data from the Ocean Conservancy, in 2009 more than 3 million cigarettes or butts were picked up internationally from beaches and inland waterways as part of the annual International Coastal Cleanup – 1 million from U

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  1. Geoff on Thu, 15th Apr 2010 3:54 pm 

    Great post. I just saw a product at the gas station the other day called the “Portable Ashtray” Essentially it is a fold-up plastic box to keep your cigarette butts in. They cost only $1.50 or so, and us smokers should really invest in a couple!



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