Tuesday, March 10, 2015
"Seattle government now going through citizens’ trash for public shaming, revenue"
That being said, I have to wonder if the man-hours associated with this could pass an honest and impartial free-enterprise cost-benefit analysis...
On the HotAir.com website, Mary Katharine Ham reports on what's going on in Seattle, WA:
"Sure, the incentive to compost is the putative reason for this regulation, but exactly how is it enforced? In order for city officials and trash collectors to know you have committed the civic sin of disposing of leftover food in your trashcan, they have to examine the contents of your trashcan."