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North Iowa Landfill awarded grant for customer convenience center

This news story was published on March 20, 2016.
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CLEAR LAKE – A state agency has awarded the North Iowa Landfill a grant to help fund a $145,000 upgrade to the facility.

Iowa’s Environmental Protection Commission has awarded the North Iowa Landfill $45,000 through its solid waste alternatives program. The landfill must pay the other $100,000 of a $145,000 project that upgrades the Customer Convenience Center.

The Landfill of North Iowa seeks to enlarge and improve the Customer Convenience Center at the Clear Lake Landfill. Once complete, this improvement will help alleviate the need for residential landfill users to go to the working face of the facility. Instead users will utilize the convenience area, where they may sort loads and divert some of the waste as a result of the more convenient diversion and recycling layout.

The agency received seven grant request proposals for consideration during the February 15, 2016 round of funding. Seven (7) projects were selected for funding, including the one for the North Iowa Landfill.

The North Iowa Landfill at 15942 Killdeer Avenue serves all cities and the unincorporated areas of Cerro Gordo County; the City of Nora Springs in Floyd County; all cities and the unincorporated areas of Franklin County, the Cities of Goodell, Garner and Klemme in Hancock County; Forest City in Winnebago County; the Cities of Grafton, Hanlontown, Joice, Kensett, Manly, and Northwood in Worth County; and all cities and the unincorporated area in Wright County, excluding the City of Eagle Grove.

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One Response to North Iowa Landfill awarded grant for customer convenience center

  1. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    March 21, 2016 at 9:04 am

    Working there is one of the best paying jobs around $40+k per year 12$k per year for heath dental insurarnce and another freebie a very nice retirement package – would’nt it be nice if the private sector had jobs like that. They say obummmer wants a raise – most people agree a higher cushion for his chair would suffice as he has been sitting on his azz for 8 years(except for golfing) flew to cuba and the dicktatter in charge did not come out to meet him -should have sent berney the commie. TRUMP 2016 !!!!