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ADRIAN, MI (Toledo News Now) -
Lenawee County landfill is preparing to close, which could have a major impact
on recycling in the community.
less than one month, the Adrian Landfill will shut down, and waste will be
hauled somewhere else by truck drivers. Without that waste coming in, recycling
programs in the area are at risk.
the revenue stream comes from waste, no matter who hauls it in to the landfill,"
said John Tuckerman, chairman of the Lenawee County Board of Commissioners.
says they receive money for every ton of waste brought to the landfill, and
that money is put toward recycling programs in the county. Now they will have
to look for an alternative source of funding.
need to move forward and see what the citizens want and how they respond," he
options include a county-wide tax, or an export fee for waste.
don't think our taxes should be used to recycle," said Jan Merillat. "But I
think we should recycle, just find a different way to do that."
say recycling centers are so important to them, they'd be willing to pay an
would pay it without being upset about it," said Mary Sarles. "It's great for
the next generation. If we don't recycle, we're going to be in trouble."
officials say they're still waiting to hear from Republic, the company that
owns the landfill, but a representative says the last day will be September 20.
They also say no jobs will be lost and no rates will increase.