FORT HOOD — Fort Hood recycled 765 tons of material more in 2013 than in the previous fiscal year, and is working to keep increasing that number.
The post’s Directorate of Public Works has offered recycling for more than 20 years, but over the past few, officials have ramped up efforts as Fort Hood aims to be waste-free by 2020. To meet that goal, the Fort Hood Recycle Center added Styrofoam No. 6 recycling and will soon offer hard drive shredding, said Mike Bush, post recycling manager.
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