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Originally Published 8:59 a.m. ET Dec. 20, 2017 by USA Today Online
SAN FRANCISCO - Stop. There's more to recycling your Christmas paper than stuffing everything into a big blue bin.
U.S. trash companies are increasingly having to send what would have been waste-paper recycling to landfills after China cracked down on Americans' sloppy recycling habits. It turns out that the glue on bows, the glitter dusting your fancy wrapping paper, and miles of ribbons - not to mention dirty pizza boxes and plastic grocery bags - clog the process of turning waste paper into new paper and