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Recycling
Is The Law
In Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor's Comprehensive
Recycling Ordinance marks its first
anniversary this November.
According to the ordinance,
all single and two-family dwellings
using curbside collection are re-
quired to separate their recyclables
from refuse as of July 1, 1991.
Every multi-family unit man-
ager/landlord in Ann Arbor is re-
quired to file a Recycling Applica-
tion by March 1, 1992 to provide the
Opportunity to Recycle to their resi-
dents. Failure to submit a Recycling
Application can result in the certifi-
cate of occupancy being revoked.
For more information on the
* curbside and multi-family recycling
programs, see related articles in this
issue of AnnArbor's Waste Watcher.
City of Ann Arbor
Officials
WARD 1
Larry Hunter (D)
Ann Marie Coleman (D)
WARD 2
Ingrid B. Sheldon (R)
Kirk D. Dodge (R)
WARD
Robert C. Grady (D)
Nelson K. Meade (D)
WARD 4
Mark Ouimnet (R)
Kurt Zimmer (D)
WARD 5
Thais Anne Peterson (D)
Robert Eckstein (D)
MAYOR
Elizabeth S. Brater (D)
City Administrator
Alfred A. Gatta

Ann Arbor Waste Watcher Fall/Winter 1991/92
CONTENTS
CURRENT EVENTS
Recycle your phone book, leaves
and pumpkins! page 2
PROGRESS UPDATE ON
ENVIRONMENTAL BOND
Y 4 Moving ahead on weekly
VSrecycling, composting and landfill
R . ...Y ap rog ram s, p ag es 4-5
FALL LEAF COMPOST
CHALLENGE!
Leaf it to Nature, pages 6-7
RECYCLING IN A2
Apartment Recycling, pages 8-9
The Recycling Station, page 10
Recycling Summary, page 11
Curbside & Station Loose Items
page 15
WASTE REDUCTION
Redistribution Centers, page 12
In the Workplace, page 13

Plus

DEAR WASTE WATCHER, page 15
HOLIDAY COLLECTION SCHEDULES,
page 15

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