Landfills

12:30pm

Thu February 13, 2014
-Nature of Things

More About Recycling

This archived broadcast, More About Recycling, is from September 28, 1990. John Weeks talks about recycling in Onondaga County. He noticed that people who were paying weekly for the removal of their garbage were only filling it halfway or not at all. He did notice some overfilling bins on his way home one day though and it made him wonder some questions about recycling. He talks about a meeting that he attended about waste in his area and he found out that newspapers are recyclable and there was 1500 tons in just July.

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12:25pm

Thu January 30, 2014
-Nature of Things

Like A Cock Grouse Drumming In An Open Field

This archived broadcast, Like A Cock Grouse Drumming In An Open Field is from November 4, 1988. It talks about how nature is a complex energy system but it is also interesting and beautiful. Everything flows from quirks of energy. It talks about the landfill problems and how communities notice the landfill that is in their backyards and what they need to do about these problems.

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6:27am

Wed May 1, 2013
Environment

Pondering the value of landfills in the Finger Lakes

The Finger Lakes region is hope to two of the biggest landfills in the state.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources via Flickr

Hundreds of Finger Lakes residents gathered in Geneva recently for what’s expected to be the first of several conversations about the region’s landfills.

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