Megan Davis, Clallam County waste prevention specialist, looks for items to pull from the recycling pile of a “recycling audit” on May 31. She and other county officials look to educate residents on how to optimize their recycling efforts.

Megan Davis, Clallam County waste prevention specialist, looks for items to pull from the recycling pile of a “recycling audit” on May 31. She and other county officials look to educate residents on how to optimize their recycling efforts.

Reeducation of a recycler: officials look to better residents’ recycling efforts

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