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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Current Recycling & Composting Program Working Well In Quispam

The best option for Quispamsis when it comes to the future of composting and recycling is sticking with the status quo.

That's according to Mayor Murray Driscoll who tells CHSJ News that doesn't mean he's not open to the other options Fundy Region Solid Waste are currently exploring. Along with the status quo, the other options being look at are both curbside recycling and curbside composting which would cost 2.5-million dollars, and curbside recycling which would replace composting. 

Driscoll says if they do decide to keep things the way they are, he would like to see more blue bins in the town. He says they are being filled up faster than they can empty them. The Regional Services Commission will be making the final decision in June. Driscoll is the vice-chair of that committee.