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High Country Conservation Center urges community to participate in recycling survey that closes July 31

Recycled aluminum sits in a large container at the Summit County landfill in Dillon in November 2017. The High Country Conservation Center has used Strong Future funds to revamp the county’s recycling programs.
Hugh Carey / hcarey@summitdaily.com

The High Country Conservation Center is encouraging Summit County residents and businesses to take a short survey and submit feedback on local recycling programs.

The survey is being conducted as part of a countywide Waste Composition and Diversion Study, which aims to improve the county’s diversion above its current 20% rate. Survey responses, along with waste audit findings, will be used to improve existing programs and identify new recycling opportunities.

Fill out the survey at HighCountryConservation.org. Responses are due by July 31.


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