Getting Paid For Paper Trash

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Who says you have to pay companies to haul away your paper trash?

An increasing demand in paper recycling is causing a reversal in haulers' rate structures. Instead of charging, they're now paying.

For example, one such company now pays $30 per ton. They even provide clean, new containers.

To find a recycler, contact local print shops for recommendations.

Source: Markus Allen's Tip of the Day, [no longer active]

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