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What to Include in Your Residential Commingled Recycling Collection Program: A Best Management Practices Guide for Governments

 
Publication number Date Published
11-07-026September 2011
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Author(s) McClelland, Shannon
Description The purpose of this guide is to illustrate what an ideal commingled collection program would include if the focus of the program was to ensure best and highest use of recyclable materials and maximize their market value. It is intended to be used by local governments in Washington as a tool to inform policymakers on decisions on what to include in their programs and why.
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Keywords comingled, residential, focus, best management practices, management, recycling
WEB PAGE Improving Commingled Recycling in Washington
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