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Report advises changes for Connecticut trash agency

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HARTFORD, Conn. — A report says Connecticut's quasi-public trash recycling authority needs to develop new sources of revenue and make other changes to remain financially stable. The Republican-American reports that a consulting firm's report says the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority faces declining energy prices, increased competition, less waste being discarded, outdated technology and...

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