The North Bay Bay to start recycling other people’s news articles

From: Darren D. MacDonald, staff

NORTH BAY – The environment – North Bay is full of it.

But for how much long?

To help keep North Bay clean, The North Bay Bay is going to be doing their part by recycling old, discarded articles from other local news companies.

“Reuse, Reduce, Recycle. That’s what they teach us, but very rarely it’s put into practice,” explains Philip St. George, head editor of The North Bay Bay. 

“So from here on out we will reuse articles, we will reduce articles, and we will recycle articles. It’s the least we can do.”

St. George explains that the plan is to go through other company’s back catalogues, put their articles through a thesaurus, and then remove all of the filler words like “a,” “the,” and “is.” 

“It extends the life of the article, and helps the environment,” continues St. George.

“I don’t want to call myself a hero… But I expect other people to. If not, then what was the point?”

Keep an eye out for recycled articles in the future, only at The North Bay Bay.

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