ISRI Chief Lobbyist Billy Johnson explained what makes for successful recycling, identified existing pressure points in the residential recycling stream and provided a number of clear policy solutions.
The Woodlands Township has also implemented an educational program to teach the public how to recycle properly.
The city signed short-term contracts with TDS and Central Waste while it continues to work on a new long-term contract for collection services.
The annual bill for trash collection at a single family home will jump to an estimated $194.28 a year, up from $139.70 a year.
EREF’s Staley breaks down how LCA can help determine when recycling makes sense versus when it makes more sense to landfill materials.
The ordinance, which requires certain residents to properly secure their trash, goes into effect on March 1.
Two city alderman have demanded an examination aimed at improving the city’s recycling programs.
Sanitation workers’ duties include disinfecting discarded masks of residents and facilities such as public toilets.