Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Los Angeles to experiment with table-scrap collection

Recycling is getting better in Los Angeles, California. First it was bottles and cans. Then it was cardboard and lawn clippings.

 

Now, homes in Harbor Gateway, Lincoln Heights and South Los Angeles may get a fourth city-issued trash bin for leftover food.  Los Angeles officials will ask a select group of residents to reuse coffee grounds, eggshells and other leftovers -- by placing them in a new recycling bin designed for the purpose. From the Los Angeles Times: Los Angeles to experiment with table-scrap collection

 

 

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