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SOCAL INSIDER WITH RICK REIFF

Trash Tussle

  • Aired: 04/09/2014
  • 09:59
  • Rating: NR
Proponents call it the next step forward in the green revolution, detractors say it's a step backwards to political cronyism. LA's city council has approved a new “zero waste” program, dividing the city's businesses and multi-family complexes into 11 zones, each to be serviced by an exclusive trash hauler. David Nazar reports on the controversy and listens to the “trash talk.”
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David Nazar reports on the L.A. city council's controversial new "zero waste" program.
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Automobile Club of Southern California, City National Bank, Gemini Industries, FivePoint Communities, Snell & Wilmer, LLP., UC Irvine
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