Matt,Your email of Monday, February 25, 2015, Subject: 6 questions of Counties on your plan to run the garbage processing take over, sent to Zack Hansen (Ramsey County staff) and Ramsey and Washington County Commissioners, did not request any existing government data.Information on the questions you raised can be found on the Ramsey/Washington Recycling and Energy Board website www.morevaluelesstrash.comJudy HunterWashington County
Date: Mon, Feb 15, 2016
Subject: 6 Questions of Counties on your plan to run the garbage processing take over
To: Zack.Hansen@co.ramsey.mn.us; Judy.Hunter@co.washington.mn.us
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; MaryJo.McGuire@co.ramsey.mn.us; email@example.com.
Here are pivotal questions following the Ramsey and Washington Counties move into the private sector garbage processing business with the approval of the $170 million dollar plan that started with the purchase of RRT in Newport.
This is a conservative estimate as other local environmentalists say the percentage of recyclable materials burned is closer to 66%. http://
Now that the Government runs the plant you appear caught between meeting MPCA recycling goals by removing combustible recyclables from the product versus leaving them in like RRT had and Hennepin County does and ensuring you're meeting your major obligations to the incinerators.