North Wake Multi-Material Recycling Center employee Charles Snead moves discarded television sets to a pallet so they can be loaded into a truck in July 2015. A provision in this year’s deregulation bill would lift the ban on discarding computers, televisions and other electronics in landfills.
North Wake Multi-Material Recycling Center employee Charles Snead moves discarded television sets to a pallet so they can be loaded into a truck in July 2015. A provision in this year’s deregulation bill would lift the ban on discarding computers, televisions and other electronics in landfills. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
North Wake Multi-Material Recycling Center employee Charles Snead moves discarded television sets to a pallet so they can be loaded into a truck in July 2015. A provision in this year’s deregulation bill would lift the ban on discarding computers, televisions and other electronics in landfills. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
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