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More Recycling at NNHS

36 Signatures Goal: 100

I am proposing that NNHS pass a less official \"Bottle Bill Legislation\" in our school\'s cafeterias. It would require students who buy their soft drinks, and other drinks in recyclable bottles, to pay a small fee along with the original price. (E.g. Original Price: $1.00; New Price: $1.10) Then, after the student has finished his or her drink, he or she would then return it to one of the lunch persons working during that lunch period. The lunch person would then give back the deposit to the student, which would be $0.10 using the earlier example. I feel that this would encourage more students to actively recycle in our school. In addition, the school would benefit from the small profit made off of students who do not return their bottles. Overall, the only negative consequence of this idea will only be experienced by those who are not willing to return their empty bottles. If you agree with my idea and would like to see something like this actually enacted at NNHS then please sign below. If there are any questions my e-mail address can be found under the sponsor section. Please inform others of this petition. Thank you. (Note: Please include your name and the name of your school.)

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Sponsor: Patrick Finn E-mail: Pat2666@comcast.net

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    Mike Weaver United States
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    Nida Abbasi United States
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    Dianna Xu United States
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    Connie Ger United States
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    R.J. Hatia United States
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    Rose Yaguchi United States
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    Blake Fisher United States
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    Anne Pettinger United States
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    Ankit Shah United States
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    Susan Ernst United States
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    Jordan Kippes United States
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    Megan LaBahn United States
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    Jonathan Talark United States
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    Jaclyn Kwiatt United States
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    Katie Hill United States
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