A major processing plant in Hartford, where nearly 50 towns in Connecticut send their trash, is set to close due to money and mechanical problems. Lyle Wray, with the Capitol Region Council of Governments said the cost for finding new disposal sites is too high for towns to cover and is calling on state leadership “to refresh the solid waste system in the state.” Learn more about what this means for Connecticut’s waste future: https://www.ctpublic.org/news/2022-03-13/connecticuts-trash-future-unclear-after-closure-of-processing-plant