New York city transitions to dual-stream recycling
The city is switching to dual-stream recycling because of cost increases for single-stream recycling.
From Recycling Today, by Megan Smalley
The city of Kingston, New York, plans to transition from a single-stream recycling system to a dual-stream recycling system, according to the Daily Freeman newspaper.
The Daily Freeman reports that the transition back to dual-stream recycling came in response to a decision by the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency (UCRRA) to raise its fee for accepting single-stream recycling and to stop accepting mixed or commingled recyclables at the end of this year.