Why recycling efforts are getting trashed: "This is a total no-no"

Years of public service campaigns have helped push recycling into the mainstream, but many people have been doing it wrong. Cross-contamination with trash now threatens the industry. Tony Dokoupil shows us which items in our home cannot be salvaged.

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