Decluttering is a liberating process, and local governments can be effective promoting reuse options for those looking for an alternative to throwing things away.
Strategic Materials and Moore County have developed a new partnership to ensure glass recycling services continue in the area.
Northside filed suit over what it referred to as the city’s “binding contract” to sell it a transfer station on city-owned land.
Consideration of results from a traffic study for the proposed site is on hold pending the completion of repairs to a bridge near the site.
Though fire incidents began to level off during the end of 2018, total reported incidents are still up 26 percent for the year compared to 2017.
Cars lined up at one recycling center in Springfield, Mo., before the center’s gates opened after Christmas.
The program aims to reduce the amount of solid waste generated by the town and, in turn, reduce waste disposal costs.
After investing in a new transfer station, King County, Wash., has gone from zero diversion to 3,658 tons in the first 10 months of 2018.