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Items Tagged with 'Recycling'
Haulers bringing in household recyclables will have to pay to dump them.
Over the last 25 years, the Kent County Department of Public Works has taken in and processed more than 300,000 tons of recyclable material — plastic jugs and containers, tin cans and aluminum cat food cans, newspapers and other paper, glass bottles and jars — at no cost to the commercial trash haulers who bring it in along with their customers’ non-recyclable trash. Read More
Obsolete electronics are keeping one West Michigan electronics recycling facility in growth mode. Read More
A local university won bragging rights recently when it took second place in the national Game Day Challenge in the waste minimization category. Read More
Alloy Resources Corp has opened an aluminum and zinc recycling plant at the lakeshore. Read More