In Waste 360, ILSR Explains How Single Stream Recycling Can Work

Date: 8 May 2019 | posted in: Media Coverage, Waste to Wealth | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

In the News: Neil Seldman

April 11, 2019

Media Outlet: Waste 360

Director of the Waste to Wealth initiative Neil Seldman explains how cities and towns can make the single stream recycling model work. Scale and ownership are key factors in the equation.

Here is an excerpt:

For recycling to break through the 35 percent recycling level, where we have stagnated for a decade, private and municipal investments need to focus on infrastructure that has a proven track record. These include investment in dual stream and properly scaled single stream processing, distributed composting, unit pricing and repair and reuse infrastructures.

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Hibba Meraay manages communications for the Institute for Local Self-Reliance. She works closely with all of our initiatives to build community power and combat monopolies. A native New Englander, Hibba is a graduate of Boston University. Contact Hibba for media inquiries.