A campground in Tennessee is now home to a collection of plastic bottles, a collection that has transformed into a collection for plastic recycling.
The plastic bottles are being donated to the local landfill, which is where they will be recycled into recycled plastic bottles.
“It’s a really amazing thing to see,” said Rebecca Stolz, an environmental health expert at the University of Tennessee Medical Center.
“We’re really not talking about a massive landfill, but rather the plastic bottles being put into a landfill.”
Plastic bottles are recyclable at the Tennessee State Park.
They can be reused in other forms.
In 2013, the Tennessee legislature passed a law requiring campgrounds to make use of the recycling containers.
The law required campsites to keep containers at least two feet long.
A plastic bottle can weigh up to 25 pounds, according to the Tennessee Department of Environment and Natural Resources (TEEN).
The bottles can also contain lead, mercury, and other toxic materials.
The state also requires campsites not to throw out the containers or to remove them from the campground.
Tennessee State Parks’ director of natural resources, Joe Farrar, told Al Jazeera that the state parks will use a recycling company to handle the bottles.
The bottles have been donated to a non-profit group called “The Tennessee Bottling Works.”
The group has created a website called Tennessee Bottles Works, which describes itself as a “non-profit dedicated to promoting and promoting our state’s water supply and conservation efforts through recycling and distribution.”
Tennessee Bottlers Works’ website states: The Tennessee Bottled Waterside and Water Conservation Coalition is a non profit dedicated to conserving Tennessee’s precious and natural resources by helping people make responsible decisions with our limited supply of bottled water.
Tennessee Bottle Works, along with the Tennessee Water Quality Assurance Board, works with Tennessee state agencies, including the Tennessee Division of Environmental Quality and the Tennessee Environmental Quality Commission.
The Bottled Water Works’ mission is to support and promote Tennessee’s sustainable water supply by providing bottled water for local and non-residential use.
The Tennessee Water Bottled Works is also committed to providing an environmental stewardship education program that is accessible to all residents of the state.
The group’s website describes its mission as: Our mission is the preservation of our natural environment.
We work to improve our water quality through education and awareness.
Tennessee Water is not required to use the bottles but will help make the process easier for residents.
It will be distributed to the public via mail-in donations.
Farrars told Al