Green waste programs

Swartz, Nikki
March 1998
World Wastes;Mar1998, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
Details the success of Atlanta, Georgia and Cincinnati, Ohio's green waste collection and processing programs. Total volume of green material diverted by Atlanta annually to a composting facility owned by GreenCycle; Improvement in the public awareness and education concerning yard trimmings; Restriction of yard waste from state landfills in Cincinnati. INSET: Preparing for the daily grind. by Duane DeBoef.


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