Wisconsin task force reports findings.Wisconsin's Blue Ribbon blue ribbon
denotes highest honor. [Western Folklore: Brewer Dictionary, 127]
See : Prize Task Force on Waste Materials Recovery and Disposal, which was formed by Gov. Jim Doyle
The Task Force was assembled to study and make recommendations regarding the economics of landfilling and recycling solid waste in the state. Nineteen members representing communities, private sector business and other organizations across the state comprise the Task Force.
In its report, the Task Force identifies a number of materials the state should focus on when it comes to increasing recycling rates. The report highlights several strategies to boost the recovery of C&D material, which represents more than 28 percent of Wisconsin's solid waste stream, including initiating market development and research on the recovery and reuse of C&D material and supporting the development of infrastructure for recycling and marketing C&D debris. The Task Force also recommends promoting the adoption of local ordinances A local ordinance is a law usually found in a municipal code. In the United States, these laws are enforced locally in addition to state law and Federal law. See also
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The full Task Force report can be accessed online at www.wasteresources.wi.gov.