Milford will spend $2.25 million on new recycling program – Connecticut Post

Feb 15th, 2011 | By | Category: Recycling

MILFORD — Officials are gambling that residents will recycle more if it is easier to do, so the Board of Aldermen agreed Monday night to spend $2.25 million on new bins that can hold all sorts of recycling items and also purchase four new trucks.

When single-stream recycling begins here this summer, sorting paper, glass and plastic will no longer be required, said Roberta Silver of the city’s Save Money and Reduce Trash Committee.

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  1. If you’d like more information on Milford Connecticut’s new recycling program and how to use the new 96-gallon recycling totes, visit http://www.milfordrecycles.com.

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