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Mesa eyes regional recycling plant

By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune

Mesa will resume its suspended recycling program later this month while pursuing a potential long-term solution through construction of an East Valley regional recycling center estimated to cost $30 million-$38 million.

Mesa residents are being asked to “retrain” themselves after a six-month recycling hiatus by being careful to put the right kinds of garage into blue and green barrels when pickup beings Oct. 26.

While the regional center would free the city from the risk of price increases, cancelation of contracts and even uncertainty over whether the material actually get recycled, it also would require regional cooperation along with the high price tag.


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