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Yes, recycling is an important part in reducing the amount of waste people produce. The time and effort it takes to keep trash and recyclables separate are minimal, especially compared to the benefits of recycling. If done in a way that does not increase costs to the average household, compulsory recycling would be the best option for families and for the environment.
Recycling is a great example of a policy that sounds great on paper, but, in reality hurts more than it helps. Recycling does not save resources; recycling, because of the cost of energy (remember, energy often coming from coal plants), actually usually does more damage than it prevents. there's no reason that so many man-hours should be lost yearly on recycling because people think it sounds like a good idea.