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Boise, Idaho, Survey Focuses on Recycling, Waste Reduction

Boise, Idaho, Survey Focuses on Recycling, Waste Reduction

The survey is examining how residents can do more to reduce, reuse and recycle, as well as gauge community opinions on trash collection frequency.

Boise, Idaho, officials recently created a survey to gather input about potential procedures to waste reduction, recycling, compost and trash collection. The survey aims to examine how city residents can do more to reduce, reuse and recycle, as well as gauge community opinions on trash collection frequency.

Right now, trash collection occurs every week in the city, with recycling collected every two weeks. The option outlined in the survey switches that, with trash collection every two weeks and weekly recycling pickup.

According to a 7 KTVB report, a city spokesman said the city has long had a focus on recycling, but more attention needs to be put on reducing and reusing waste.

7 KTVB has more:

The City of Boise is developing a plan to reduce waste and cut back on trash.

Boise officials created a survey to gather opinions about potential new procedures for waste reduction, recycling, compost and trash collection.

One of the survey questions gauges community interest in changing trash collection.

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