Blue joins black in Los Angeles

Hackney, Daniel
November 1997
World Wastes;Nov97, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p9
Trade Publication
Discloses that the city of Los Angeles, California is investing approximately $28 million in a single-stream, automated recycling collection program. Bureau of Sanitation's launching of the distribution of new recycling containers in the West San Fernando Valley area; Advantages of the new containers; City's aim to recoup its capital investment through the program's increased collection efficiencies.


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