The city could reduce the amount of trash it hauls to the Wagon Mound landfill and help the environment at the same time, according to a Highlands University study.
For years, Highlands has been researching the use of what is known as mechanical biological treatment technology to help a small community such as Las Vegas better manage its waste. The study is funded by the federal government, and an advisory committee has been in place for the project.
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