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Survey on recycling coming this week

WORTHINGTON -- In an effort to improve the recycling of materials in the 12-county area of the Southwest Regional Solid Waste Commission, a survey is being mailed to households in the area. Each household that receives the survey was selected at ...

WORTHINGTON - In an effort to improve the recycling of materials in the 12-county area of the Southwest Regional Solid Waste Commission, a survey is being mailed to households in the area. Each household that receives the survey was selected at random and will represent the views of others living in the county.
Since each county typically receives between 200 and 600 surveys, it is important for the survey recipients to complete and return it in the postage-paid envelope provided. The commission is seeking to learn the attitudes, potential problems and suggestions for improving the recycling program in the area.
People selected to receive the survey should be receiving it within the next week. They should be completed and returned as soon as possible.

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