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Survey says Iowans want to change recycling

Survey says Iowans want to change recycling

Posted: Thu Dec 07 05:12:06 PST 2017
Updated: Thu Dec 07 05:12:06 PST 2017

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after a recent survey from the tarrance group ? hundreds of iowans are asking for better recycling programs and are hoping to replace the current bottle law. right now in iowa ? a 5 cent deposit is charged on all beverage containers dropped off at grocery stores. some of the key findings in the report include iowans wanting to have curb?side or on?site recycling to all homes and businesses... creating more containers for deposits bottles or take them out of grocery stores. one man who recycles says he would like to see the recycle deposits stay in grocery stores because they are i like it but i just don't want them to take it off because it is goingto be hard for me to take them." the iowa grocery industry association and the iowa beverage asociation is offerring a bill that is similar to what's in place now? but they would get rid of the 4 cent deposit, eliminate bottles returns in stores after the being recently
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