A new study shows that a simple, easy-to-install, but expensive system like the one the city is using is actually a lot better for residents than one that requires an array of complicated services, such as a recycler and a collection point.
The paper says that the city’s system costs about $5,000, but the researchers found that people who paid $1,000 for a waste collection system were about four times more likely to be in poverty.
The paper says there are at least 5,000 waste disposal systems in the U.S., but the authors say it’s difficult to know how many people in each community have them, because the government only counts people who live within 10 miles of a waste dump, which means there are many people who can’t afford to go to the dump.
The authors also found that households who pay for the system with their credit cards were much more likely than those who do it on their own to be poorer.
The researchers say that their results have important implications for policy makers, because waste recycling systems are widely viewed as a solution to a problem that can’t be solved by government.
They say it makes sense to require a system that can take a lot of trash and recycle it, which can save money and improve quality.
The paper, by researchers from Columbia University, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and the Johnsons Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, also looked at waste recycling for the Department of Defense and the Department, the U, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Food and Drug Administration, and several other federal agencies.