A front-end loader dumps recycled materials into a hopper at the Sonoco Recycling facility on Rogers Lane. Raleigh leaders are considering ways to increase recycling, including charging residents based on how much trash they throw away.
A front-end loader dumps recycled materials into a hopper at the Sonoco Recycling facility on Rogers Lane. Raleigh leaders are considering ways to increase recycling, including charging residents based on how much trash they throw away. JOHN ROTTET - jrottet@newsobserv
A front-end loader dumps recycled materials into a hopper at the Sonoco Recycling facility on Rogers Lane. Raleigh leaders are considering ways to increase recycling, including charging residents based on how much trash they throw away. JOHN ROTTET - jrottet@newsobserv

Raleigh mulls “pay as you throw” garbage fees to encourage recycling

May 21, 2014 11:00 AM

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