In America, we're only called upon to sort our recycling into three or four categories. (And even that, we can't get right.) But overseas, it's not uncommon to see eight, nine, ten different recycling groups, and these often yield objects of vastly different scales; for instance, a polypropylene cap takes up a fraction of the space of the PET bottle it was once mated to. For that latter situation, Russia-based industrial designer Nikolay Vladykin came up with an interesting concept that I'd...


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