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Recycling program breaks even despite price slump

SITKA, ALASKA The collapse of the market for recycled materials late last year has lowered income for the Sitka recycling program, but has not made recycling any more expensive than handling regular trash.
Local officials want to maintain the growing recycling program in its current form until the global commodities market rebounds.
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