Turning Over An Old Leaf: Municipal Yard-Waste Composting, The 20% Solution

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7-minute video features representatives from diverse communities to help local officials and citizens understand how recycling yard wastes through composting and chipping can save money. From small rural municipalities to large urban counties, keeping yard wastes out of disposal facilities and recycling them into compost and chips makes sense.
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Cornell Cooperative Extension, Cornell Local Government Program, Cornell Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, and NYS Energy Research and Development Authority.
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1992
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compost; municipal yard waste; recycling
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