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Winona County, Minn., Considers Recycling Fee Increase, Joining Revolution Plastics

Recycling fees would climb from $16 to $28 per year, and the hauler fee would increase slightly from 12 percent to 13 percent.

Waste360 Staff

November 10, 2016

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Winona County, Minn., Considers Recycling Fee Increase, Joining Revolution Plastics

Winona County, Minn., is considering an increase in recycling fees and implementing a new program that would allow farmers to recycle agricultural plastic wrap. Reflecting the costs of the program, recycling fees would climb from $16 to $28 per year, and the hauler fee would increase slightly from 12 percent to 13 percent.

In addition to the recycling fee increase, Winona County is considering joining Revolution Plastics, a new company that collects agricultural and silage plastic from farms and dairies and then recycles the materials at its recycling facilities.

WinonaDailyNews.com has more details:

Winona County will be discussing an increase in recycling fees over the next year, and implementing a new program for farmers to go greener.

Anne Morse, Winona County sustainability coordinator, told the Winona County Board of Commissioners Tuesday that the recommended increasing the recycling fees to reflect the costs of the program.

The fees would move from $16 to $28 for a year, and the hauler fee will go from 12 percent to 13 percent.

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