Weber County and its municipalities are streamlining the way they deal with solid waste. According to a press release, “Weber County has implemented an inter-local agreement with County cities to guarantee that residential curbside waste will be brought to the County Transfer Station. The agreement will bring a guaranteed waste stream to the Transfer Station, resulting in a more efficient business to provide essential municipal waste services to the public.”

Jessika Clark, Weber County Public Relations Manager, told the Standard-Examiner that the agreement will help make budgeting simpler for the county. “Because the county will know how much waste needs to be inspected, the county can budget off of that for equipment and employees,” she said. “What this basically does is help provide a more efficient business and, hopefully in the long run, will keep costs lower than they otherwise would’ve been.”

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Author: Rob Nielsen, Standard-Examiner
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