Houston City Council to debate recycling again
Houston City Council spent months last year wrangling over the cost of a new long-term recycling contract, but this week will consider extending its expensive current deal for another year.
That’s because the firm the council selected last month after that long fight, FCC, still must begin building a brand new processing facility in northeast Houston.
Until that is done, the council is being asked to extend a two-year deal with the city’s long-time vendor, Waste Management, by another 12 months, to March 25, 2019.
Originally, in early 2016, Houston was set to ink a four-year deal with Waste... read more
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