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How misleading labels are overwhelming recycling facilities

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Just because it has the recycling arrows on it, does not mean it's a recyclable product. NBC News' Ezra Kaplan explains how reading a recycling label correctly will help processing facilities save time and money and how politicians are acting on misleading labels.