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Poarch Band of Creek Indians leverage GAP to build robust recycling program

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians started its solid waste recycling program prior to 2008 using EPA funds to pay for a truck, a lift, and two balers. GAP funds were used to host four events for the collection of both household hazardous waste and electronics recycling. In 2012, the Environmental Department was able to start hosting events using revenue gained from fiber recycling and supplemented by tribal government funding.

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