The recycling crisis reported in this week’s edition [“Southampton Town Seeks Bids To Lower Costs Associated With Disposing Recyclable Materials,” 27east.com, February 18] needs rethinking. Just because China no longer wants those materials doesn’t mean it shouldn’t continue. Recycling needs to be paid for like any other service.
The companies who produce the cardboard, paper, glass and metal, and the people who use them, should be paying whatever the costs are. The need to control our waste is a big issue and is not going away.
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