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Flows Got New Mojo

Flows Got New Mojo

And, by the way, public-private partnerships are not unconstitutional.

Bag the angst. Without unlawfully crimping commerce, localities can force haulers to bring residential and commercial recyclables, not to mention solid waste, to publicly-owned but not necessarily publicly-operated facilities for processing, according to a long-awaited ruling by a federal district court. 

Rockland County, N.Y., adopted an ordinance requiring that all residential and commercial solid waste, construction and demolition debris, scrap metals and recyclables be transp

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