It's called our "Tipping Point." Back the early days of 60 Minutes, when recycling became the latest way to control the masses, they aired an unintentional exposé that a 5th grade girl did on her school's new recycling program. The school had the kids using recyclable trays in the cafeteria. The scraps would go in the trash can, the silverware went into the bucket, and the trays were dutifully stacked off by themselves. The girl wanted to do a report on the program for her Science Project, so she took her dad's video camera into the school and filmed the sheep students doing their part. Then she rode with her dad in the car as she filmed the recycling company picking up the trays and then getting on the road. Camera rolling, they followed the truck out of town and to the landfill, where the "recyclable" trays got dumped with the kitchen garbage and the used mattresses. It was somewhat of a scandal, but of course no one questioned the continuation of the program or the introduction of subsequent ones.