Faced with a potential for losing money with every curbside collection of recyclables, municipal leaders in Dallas knew they needed a change. So the city looked to review its recycling contracts, evaluate options and pursue a strategy that could both protect the environment and plug the program’s potential for financial drain. The result? A public-private partnership that reduces risk while increasing opportunities.
Download the project profile to learn more about how a city is making the most of its resources — and is helping adjacent communities meet their own recycling needs — by having welcomed an initial $20 million private investment.