Ecology Publications & Forms
Waste Not: How Washington State Residents Pay for Garbage, Recycling, and Organic Waste
Waste Not: How Washington State Residents Pay for Garbage, Recycling, and Organic Waste (Number of pages: 211) (Publication Size: 5373KB)
|Description||This report summarizes how cities in Washington fund residential curbside recycling and organic waste programs, and investigates how many cities are using a variable rate fee structure for residential trash to incentivize recycling and waste minimization efforts.|
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|Keywords||recycling, beyond waste|
|WEB PAGE||Solid waste financing|
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