Decision will end free dumping of non-recyclables at highway garage
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at 7:57 am
The Anderson County Fiscal Court voted last Tuesday to spend $63,562 to purchase a set of scales for its recycling center and sell off bleachers and other items from its now defunct pulling track.
The scales, once installed, will allow the county to charge 5 cents per pound for items discarded at the recycling center, including contractor materials, household waste and yard debris.
Recyclables will still be accepted at no charge.
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