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* 1. Do you provide community residents with easy-to-access information about recycling and waste disposal?

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* 2. Does your community provide links, url info, and/or the phone number to RCBC’s free Recyclepedia phone app, online Recyclepedia system, and Recycling Hotline?

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* 3. Has your community duplicated any of the RCBC information services mentioned above?

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* 4. Does your community post signs about illegal dumping?

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* 5. How often do illegal dumping instances happen in your community?

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* 6. Are the penalties for illegal dumping posted and displayed?

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* 7. Has there been a determination for any reasons that people illegally dump items in your community?

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* 8. Has your community applied increased public education to reduce illegal dumping?

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* 9. Do you track the number of bulky items dumped illegally?

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* 10. If you answered yes to the above questions, please supply numbers for the following.

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* 11. How much does your community spend dealing with the clean-up of illegally dumped waste annually?

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* 12. Does your community designate an annual budget to deal with the clean-up of illegally dumped waste?

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* 13. Does your community do special collection days for large and bulky items?

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* 14. Does your community currently cooperate with industry stewardship agencies regarding items found at illegal dump sites that are covered by the Recycling Regulation?

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* 15. Does your community currently cooperate with industry stewardship agencies to set up proactive community collection events?

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* 16. If the answer above was no, would your community would be interested in developing collection events with stewardship agencies?

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* 17. Would access to resources and best practices on illegal dumping benefit your community’s efforts?

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* 18. Would your community be willing to invest a small amount in a collaborative effort that would save the costs of managing illegal dumping?

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