The percent of people who make a conscious effort to recycle.
The EPA has a module on its site to help consumers donate or recycle their old devices.
But in the end, White's music doesn't just recycle these tropes—it transcends them.
She had worn the dress multiple times on the campaign trail—but it was no problem to recycle a dress for Larry King.
Even an exchange on gun control enabled Obama to recycle a barb once used against John Kerry, who played Romney in debate prep.
Meanwhile, Keira Knightley was not the first to recycle her dress.
The old photos let Dylan recycle standard Asian imagery in just the way our notions of Asian identity are based on recycled ideas.
There are about 30 billion in the world, and it is inefficient to recycle them.
They feature custom wallpaper, system sounds, and desktop icons for My Computer, recycle Bin, and Network Neighborhood.
The effort to recycle (art or literature) is part of the same co-writing strategy.