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From left, Elmer Gilow, Mike Rogers, Kari Gilow Babler and Judy Gilow sort through trash at Hubbard County’s main transfer station this week. They are sampling six sites for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to see how Minnesotans are recycling, with an aim on reducing what goes into the waste stream. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Sorting through the trash

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BY Sarah smith

A waste analysis conducted this week of Hubbard County’s garbage shows that citizens need to do better at recycling and thus reducing their trash.

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The study, funded by a grant to the Minnesota Pollu

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

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