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they (I think) are recyclable, and if you go out right after an election and ask around, you might be able to get some sheets of chloroplast for free (they might be small though)
 
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to quote a random website i found on the internet: (https://www.coroplast.com/technicalinfo/faq.htm) "Yes, in most cases, standard Coroplast plastic sheets are 100% recyclable. We encourage the recycling of Coroplast plastic sheets. Due to the durability ofCoroplast it can often be reused. If the product is no longer usable we recommend removing any non-polypropylene accessories if applicable and recycling."
 
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witch means that you could probably get some really low quality sheets from a recycling centre.
 
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and with the way most of the world is today, it might not even be low quality, just a bit dirty.
 
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looked up pricing for chloroplast. it costs $19.00 at the home depot for one sheet! ONE! go to a recycling centre. it should be cheaper to get a sheet there. or just go around stealing campaign signs.
 
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