Dust Off Those Recycling Bins. A New Jersey company has improved the likelihood that New York City’s recycling program will return. [New York Times: Opinion]
The company, Hugo Neu, has offered to pay the city more than $5 a ton for its recyclable plastics and metal; the next-best bid asked the city to pay more than $67 a ton to remove the recyclables.
That $72/ton gap is wide enough to be very interesting. What accounts for such a significant pricing difference?

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