Know Your Wisconsin: Waste Management
Air Date: 04/11/2020 -
The average person in Wisconsin produces 1,700 pounds of waste each year, which comes to 4.6 million tons of waste. Waste management professionals in rural communities and larger cities throughout Wisconsin take matters of human health and environmental protection very seriously. The work they do is complex and ultimately aims to better the lives of the citizens they serve. Wisconsin residents and businesses use landfills for over nine million tons of waste each year.
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