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2011 State of Recycling in Michigan: A Way Forward

Author: Michigan Recycling Coalition

The State of Michigan has recognized that recycling is important to Michigan’s economy, its quality of life, and its environment, but also that public and private recycling in Michigan has underperformed. Without leadership and investment by the State of Michigan, our state cannot fully benefit from the economic and environmental returns that recycling can yield. This document was developed to define the costs and benefits of Michigan establishing a best-in-class recycling program. Herein, the Michigan Recycling Coalition provides a framework and recommendation for ensuring that Michigan maximizes the benefits and opportunities associated with recycling.

Click here to view the document: Michigan State of Recycling 2011

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