Materials Management Plan Survey

The Bennington County Solid Waste Alliance represents 13 towns in Bennington County and is dedicated to encourage residents, businesses and institutions to recycle, reuse and reduce materials that would otherwise be sent to landfills. The purpose of this survey is to help us determine how you currently manage your solid waste and your knowledge of the Universal Recycling Law. We greatly appreciate your time and effort to help us. We will use the results to better design and implement our outreach and education programs. Thank you.

Please answer the following ten questions by marking the appropriate answer. Please choose all of the responses that apply.

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* 1. What town or city do you reside in?

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* 2. What do you do with household recyclables (e.g., bottles, cans, cardboard, paper)?

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* 3. What do you do with yard trimmings?

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* 4. What do you do with food scraps?

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* 5. What do you do with leftover hazardous products (e.g. chemicals, paint, automotive fluids, pesticides, batteries, fluorescent lamps, mercury-containing products)?

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* 6. What do you do with electronic waste (e.g., computers, monitors, computer peripherals, printers and televisions)?

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* 7. Which of the following construction or demolition project wastes do you know can be recycled in your region?

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* 8. Do you currently pay for your trash based on:

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* 9. Which of the following materials are currently banned from disposal in landfills?

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* 10. What changes will you need to make to comply with the Universal Recycling Law, also known as Act 148, as it goes into effect?

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