Metro wants to expand curbside recycling
Metro Public Works wants to expand curbside recycling into Old Hickory and Hermitage, working off the success of a pilot program in Bellevue that started last March.
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#1 Jan 31, 2010
Let me get this straight, it costs Metro $30 a ton do dispose of regular garbage so it is a free service(taxpayer funded of course) but they are making $10 a ton for recycled trash so they charge for picking that up.
Beam me up
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