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By Ramit Plushnick-Masti GLENSHAW, Pa. - Forklifts rumble around the scrapyard, grabbing pieces of metal and plunking them on scales: Will the junk be worth a tank of gas or a cart of groceries? Nationwide, recycling facilities are doing brisk business. Weekends are the busiest, when people have time to bring in scraps like copper wire, brass bits, aluminum window frames and rotted pipes and cans, hoping to make some extra money. "I drive about 35 miles round trip to work every day, so...
- A stinking tobacco.
- Offal; waste animal product; organic matter unfit for consumption.