February 16, 2015

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Rochester, N.Y., to Test Single-Stream Recycling

Democrat & Chronicle

Four thousand Rochester residences will be given big wheeled toters into which occupants can toss all recyclable materials for curbside pickup under a city pilot program that should increase the recycling rate.

They will be the first in Monroe County to be able to take full advantage of what's known as single-stream recycling. Single stream, which is new here but common in other communities, usually leads to a marked increase in the recycling rate.

"It's exciting news," Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren said as she announced the pilot program at a news conference Friday morning. "Single stream is yet another way that we are becoming an innovative city, making recycling easy and delivering services in a cost effective way."

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