When it comes to recycling, Alaska is considered to be the worst state in the United States, with an overall recycling rate of just 16%. It's not much better in Mississippi, the only other state with a rate of less than 20%, as the recycling rate there is just slightly better at 17%. This is vastly different from top-rated recycling states like Maine (74%), Vermont (62%), Connecticut (63%), Oregon (66%), California (54%), Massachusetts (52%), Iowa (62%), Delaware (59%), New Jersey (62%), and New York (58%). This new infographic comes from the team at Bottle Store, and it utilizes data from "The 50 States of Recycling" to determine which states are the best and worst at recycling. Aside from Alaska and Mississippi, other states with low recycling rates include Tennessee (22%), Alabama (22%), and Ohio (27%). On this ranking of the best states and the worst states when it comes to recycling, where did your home state place?