With its citywide composting system and high recycling rates, Portland is often thought of as a trash-conscious city. Still, Portlanders throw away nearly one million tons of garbage each year – that’s waste that’s not being reused, recycled, or converted into alternative forms of energy. Could we be doing better?
This week and last, the Metro Council met to discuss possibilities for the future of the city’s trash.
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