All 28 communities in Montgomery County, Ohio, have reentered an agreement with the county to take their trash to the county’s solid waste district transfer station, according to a Dayton Daily News report.
The report notes that the agreement is basically a “refresh” to ensure countywide communities commit to bringing their waste to the transfer station. The refresh allows the county to get a more economical price for hauling and disposal.
The transfer station takes in roughly half a million tons of trash per year.
Dayton Daily News has more:
Every municipality in Montgomery County has reentered into an agreement with the county to take its trash to the Montgomery County Solid Waste District Transfer station.
All 28 communities in the county have approved the new agreements and the Montgomery County commissioners approved them Tuesday. County officials say these agreements are practically identical to old agreements those communities had with the county.
“We wanted to refresh those agreements,” Director of Environmental Services for Montgomery County Pat Turnbull said. “Residents will see no difference.”