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Readers support environmental group in Congress, better pay for deputies, recycling surcharge.

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Honored for its composting efforts to divert food waste from landfills.

The city wants to apply a 45-cent monthly surcharge to all residential users.

Letters on abstinence only comments, Obama's nominee, disposing of hazardous bulbs. 

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Critics say state law can't override local charter ordinances on the topic.

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They can also be "repurposed" to benefit animals and plants.

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Letters on senior citizens and bonds, equal voice for independents, mammogram recommendations.

We're collecting readers' photos of cool and funky garden art — especially cast-offs or recycled items. Send your photos to eds@tucson.com and…

Residents should put their bins out on their regular collection day.

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A 5 percent increase in commercial fees is proposed. Residential fees won't change.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Sen. John Kavanagh, R-Fountain Hills, said landfill space is not a problem in Arizona.

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Plastic grocery bags and restaurant carry-out containers would be exempt from regulation.

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The landfill should be the destination of last resort for waste

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Stores in Tucson distributed more than 114 million from January to September. 

  • The Associated Press

Smoke from fire near Phoenix airport visible for miles. 

  • James Davis

Jeffery Collins, left, looks at Megan Valanidas's dirty hands as they work on art sculptures while with Ian Fritz, middle, sorts parts for scu…

Tucson girl, 7, seeks ‘kindness’ donations

  • Arizona Daily Star

OK, so you’ve figured out how to work that new computer or smartphone you got for Christmas. Now it’s time to make sure your old gizmos don’t …

  • Arizona Daily Star

Tucson-based Raytheon Missile Systems has been named the state's large-business recycler of the year by the Arizona Recycling Coalition.

  • By Alison H. Jones Special to the Arizona Daily Star

There is not enough water. Supplies are decreasing due to drought conditions and demand is increasing.