Wisconsin Starts Appliance Recycling Program

Gerlat, Allan
April 2012
Waste Age Expert Blog;4/6/2012, p5
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The article reports on an appliance recycling program launched by the Madison, Wisconsin-based Focus on Energy for consumers and opened a new recycling facility for the project.


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