For now, metro-area residents won’t be asked to change what they put in curbside recycling bins, but many should expect higher garbage bills.
“We’re still going to be recycling most of it,” said Matt Korot, Metro’s recycling program director. And while the industry is in flux, officials don’t want to confuse residents with a series of curbside collection changes.
“If you shut the faucet off, sometimes when you turn it back on, it just dribbles back,” explains Jerry Powell, editor, publisher and owner of Resource Recycling Inc., a Portland trade journal publisher.
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