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Every week on garbage day, Americans put out their blue and green bins full of recyclables ready to be processed and reused. Some of that recycling may be going to waste. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Jo Ling Kent explores why some recycled items are piling up in the United States with nowhere to go.