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Waste Not: DC 8th Least Wasteful City in U.S.

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Waste Not: DC 8th Least Wasteful City in U.S.

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A study commissioned by water bottle manufacturer Nalgene found D.C. to be the eighth least wasteful city in the U.S., so give yourself a pat on the back, green soldiers, you're heeding Wendy's words well.

The study questioned 3,750 people living in the top 25 largest U.S. cities. The results were based on "behavior on waste, sustainability efforts, shopping habits, transportation and reusing items," according to the study's website.

San Francisco topped the list.

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