Nashua aldermen question trash study
The committee was formed to study the feasibility of expanding recycling opportunities to condominium developments, apartment complexes and private schools throughout the city. Nashua currently offers on-street recycling pickup but does not provide this same service to larger cluster units such as condominiums.
While all of the condominium associations and schools surveyed have a definite interest in a recycling program, Alderman June Caron, Ward 7, said the committee had concerns about potential liability issues if the city picked up recycling on private property.
Alderman-at-Large Brian McCarthy agreed, saying there should be further investigation into this initiative.
“Every pound of recycling we get from the condominiums is one less pound of trash we get in the landfill,” said McCarthy.
“These condos are all private,” said Caron, a committee member, echoing concerns about city liability.
“The committee worked really hard,” said Caron.
Although two aldermen said further investigation should be done to determine whether the city may be able to accommodate the additional recycling pickup sites, another board member disagreed.
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