Tariffs make Door County recyclables more expensive

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By Terry Kovarik


Tariffs against nations engaged in unfair trading practices are making the handling of Door County’s recyclables more expensive. Recycled paper, plastics and metals used to be money makers for Door County. Steve Estes of Advanced Disposal says now that’s changed.



Door County has no recycling processing center of its own. All of those items have to be shipped to the Fox Cities.

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