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Why Safety Training is Important in Waste and Recycling

2020-10-23 08:00:00| Waste Age

Solid waste collection has been widely reported as one of the deadliest jobs in the nation, often ranking above law enforcement and other occupations known for being inherently dangerous. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented additional risks to waste

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