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IOWA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
502 E. 9th Street
Des Moines, IA 50319-0034
Iowa DNR Customer Phone Center 515/281-5918
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University of Northern Iowa :: Recycling & Reuse
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2244 McCollum Science Hall
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0185
319-273-7090

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1988 law established 25% waste reduction goal by July 1, 1994 and 50% by July 1, 2000; 25 of 45 planning areas have met the 25% reduction goal and 5 of the 45 have reached the 50% reduction goal. Landfills are required to collect a fee on each ton of non-exempt disposed waste based on their planning area's diversion goal. Planning areas under the 25% diversion goal must collect $4.75 per ton and retain $1.45 to be used locally and remit $3.30 to the state. Planning areas over the 25% and under the 50% diversion goal must collect $3.65 per ton and retain $1.45 to be used locally and remit $2.20 back to the state. Planning areas over the 50% diversion goal must collect $3.25 per ton and retain $1.95 locally and remit $1.30 back to the state. Waste management assistance programs and environmental protection programs involving waste are financed through the portion of the fee remitted to the state.

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  • Davis Recycling Inc
    Catalytic Converter Recycling. Scrap metal recyclings.
    Automotive dismantling. DavisConverters.com
    423.926.3699 buyers Continental U.S.A.
    639 Woodlyn Road, Johnson City, TN 37601

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    When "cheap" petroleum fuel became widely available after World War II, interest in alcohol fuels faded. But now, hundreds of thousands of gallons of grain alcohol are produced for fuel every day. One of the nationís largest producers, the Archer Daniels Midland Corporation of Decatur, Illinois, ships alcohol to more than 40 states. According to the Department of Energy, ethanol production for fuel use is expected to exceed 500 million gallons by 1985. In the meantime, Gasohol, the best known alcohol-gasoline fuel, is gaining ever-wider acceptance as more and more motorists become frustrated and fed up with high-priced, im-ported petroleum products. http://www.green-trust.org/2000/biofuel/dwg/dwgch2.htm
    In 1992, the Iowa Legislature addressed the solid waste problem by establishing on-going funding for research on environmental technologies. The Recycling & Reuse Technology Transfer Center (RRTTC) was located within the College of natural Sciences at the University of Northern Iowa, where it could coordinate efforts with the Iowa Waste Reduction Center. http://es.epa.gov/techinfo/facts/iowa/r-rttc.html



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