Dramatic Economic Impacts of Increased Recycling in South Carolina | Institute for Local Self-Reliance

According to a new report from the Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, if just one percent of all households in South Carolina were to recycle an additional eight newspapers per month, it could mean a gain of $3.8 million in economic activity annually for the state, including 16 new jobs and…

Source: Dramatic Economic Impacts of Increased Recycling in South Carolina | Institute for Local Self-Reliance

report from the Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, if just one percent of all households in South Carolina were to recycle an additional eight newspapers per month, it could mean a gain of $3.8 million in economic activity annually for the state, including 16 new jobs and $800,000 in labor income and $90,000 in state tax revenue.

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