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August , 2014
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Solid Waste Change of Direction: Connecticut ‘Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority’

Source: Waste Management World, US, Date: August , 2014

Attorney Christopher P. McCormack of law firm Pullman & Comley explains the implications of a major new law enacted in the 2014 session of the Connecticut General Assembly for solid waste management.

Public Act 14-94 (details here)  creates a “Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority” (MIRA) as successor to the Connecticut Resource Recovery Authority (CRRA). The bill sets ambitious goals for solid waste management and recycling – most notably, to increase the rate of recycling and reuse to at least 60% of the solid waste stream, as compared with the current level of 25%.

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