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City of Indianapolis Revisits Plan to Mix Recyclables with Trash: Attend the Meeting! - Government Practice News

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Posted on: Jun 10, 2016

By Allison Gritton, Wooden McLaughlin

The future of recycling in Indianapolis is at a crossroads. Earlier this year, the City decided to revisit its plans for a recycling program that would mix recyclables with household trash to be sorted out at a to-be-built recycling facility. The City is now holding a series of public meetings about the future of residential recycling in Indianapolis. The second such meeting is scheduled for June 22 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Marriott East in conjunction with Indiana Recycling Coalition’s annual conference. Your voice matters. Please consider participating in this important community conversation. The City’s recent announcement is here.

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