Renaissance Recycling, LaRue County’s recycling center, is part 9 of a series providing an in-depth look at LaRue County
By Candis Carpenter
Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 1:49 pm
When recycling comes to mind, people often think about a neat and clean environment filled with organized storage containers for collection. However, that’s not always the case.
Often overlooked is the not-so-clean side of things such as sorting, organizing, banding and shipping the products after processing.
In 2011, LaRue County’s recycling center, better known as Renaissance Recycling, collected more than 500 tons of recyclable material and distributed it to select facilities across the state.
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