Recycling revolving fund bill gets unanimous support

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The Recycling Revolving Fund primarily comes from fees paid by residents when they register their motor vehicles and is meant to support the collection and removal of solid waste from the island.

After more than a decade of waiting, a bill that seeks to establish regulations in spending monies in the Recycling Revolving Fund was met with unanimous support during its public hearing today.

The Recycling Revolving Fund primarily comes from fees paid by residents when they register their motor vehicles and is meant to support the collection and removal of solid waste from the island.

Bill 198-35 seeks to finally put the rules and regulations in place for the administration of the Recycling Revolving Fund, which is under the management of the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Amanda Dedicatoria
Amanda is a reporter at the Pacific News Center and writes about issues concerning the military, environment, and education. She has a background in journalism that spans from her time as a VIBE intern for the Pacific Daily News and the editor-in-chief of Triton’s Call. As a college student, she studied journalism and graduated with honors from the University of Guam. She also has experience in photography as well as documentary work and strives to make sure that her stories are fair and engaging. When she isn’t on the job, she’s usually at the gym, playing video games, or baking a batch of cookies.