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Four more suspects have been taken into custody in the second round of arrests stemming from “Operation Southbound” conducted by the Iredell County Sheriff’s Narcotics Investigations Unit. The suspects were identified through surveillance operations that were conducted over the course of several months in the City of Mooresville and the surrounding area.
Best of all, North Carolina has managed to reduce the per capita waste disposal rate nearly every year dating back to 1990-1991 when the state first began tracking the stat.
Curbside recycling programs are at an all-time high nearing 300 statewide.
Based on figures gathered from the 2011-2012 North Carolina Solid Waste and Materials Management Annual Report, North Carolina residents are not big wasters.
The report states each person generates 0.98 tons of waste per year, which is below the national average.
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