Recycling advisory council meets in Lewes

 Members of the Recycling Public Advisory Council will meet in Lewes this morning.  Up for discussion at the meeting at DNREC’s Lewes facility include a report on effort to implement carpet recycling and an update on the recycling market.  The RPAC was created by state lawmakers in 2010 to advise the Governor and other state leaders on all aspects of recycling as part of an effort to increase Delaware’s recycling rate.

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