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Turning garbage into energy at the Florida DEP

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On Tuesday, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection recognized America Recycles Day.  DEP is encouraging communities to re-use and recycle, which is an easy way for people to help reduce landfill space and prevent pollution. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Jessica Becerra reports that aside from recycling, there may also be a new way to turn garbage, green.

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