Manchester Receives $33K For Recycling Efforts

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NEW JERSEY – New Jersey’s municipalities will receive more than $15 million in state recycling grants to help implement and enhance local recycling efforts, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Bob Martin announced. The funds, based on 2012 recycling data, are being awarded through the state’s Recycling Enhancement Act. Locally, Brick received approximately $120,000, Jackson

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