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Standing Up for the Locals

Standing Up for the Locals

In the face of federal policy-making, the NW&RA speaks up for waste companies.

Many people in the waste and recycling industry correctly refer to it as a “local” business and, to the extent that they pay attention to politics and lobbying, can mean “local” on a municipal or state level. However, despite Congressional gridlock and continued battles between the Republicans and Democrats on a wide variety of important issues, federal agencies in Washington, D.C., continue to issue proposed rules that could have significant impacts on waste operation

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