Here is the Question of the Day:
Delaware lawmakers set a goal of 60% municipal waste recycling by 2020, and the Recycling Public Advisory Council says we hit 37% in 2021. Material sent to landfills increased for the tenth year in a row, and much of that is attributed to “growth in population and economic development within the state.” A current focus is composting or reducing food waste. Do you recycle? Do you buy products made from recycled materials? How do you limit your food waste?
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