Swift County starts composting Wal-Mart's waste foods today
BENSON -- Starting today nearly 8 tons of outdated fruits, vegetables and bakery goods generated from four west central Minnesota Wal-Mart stores will be composted each week at Swift County's refuse facility.
The Swift County Board of Commissioners agreed Tuesday to accept the Wal-Mart waste through December on a trial basis, with the prospect of a long-term contract.
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