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What Happened To Houston’s ‘One Bin For All’ Program?

The One Bin For All recycling campaign seems to have stalled. The Parker administration issued a report in late December indicating no company has been found to handle sorting; the Turner administration does not appear to be focused on it. If the One Bin For All program seems destined to be shelved, what would be a better […]

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The One Bin For All recycling campaign seems to have stalled. The Parker administration issued a report in late December indicating no company has been found to handle sorting; the Turner administration does not appear to be focused on it. If the One Bin For All program seems destined to be shelved, what would be a better approach to recycling in Greater Houston?

Maggie Martin talks with News 88.7’s Florian Martin about where the city’s recycling program stands now. Then we talk with Melanie Scruggs, Houston program director of the Texas Campaign for the Environment, about her group’s preferred approach to recycling in Houston.

MORE: What Happened To Houston’s ‘One Bin For All’ Program? (News 88.7, Jan. 18, 2016)

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