A landfill supervisor resigned last summer after at least $12,000 of city money went missing, and another employee was suspended for four weeks.
Remember the ‘blow away’ battle?
On Thursday at Pacific Recycling, 777 Fourth Ave. N., Dan Richards backed his pickup to the loading dock so he could drop off several barrels of plastic bottles and cans.
Three city employees who were disciplined last year for taking goods from the landfill are complaining that the city refused to punish firefighters engaged in similar activities.
Alkaline batteries, pesticides, oil-based paints and household cleaners.
If you’ve got toxic trash in your home or garage, Saturday is the day to get rid of it safely.
Montanans are routinely recycling paper, cans and plastic, composting fall leaves and Christmas trees and more recently salvaging electronics, including cellphones.
Bob LaPerle pulled into the Toxic Trash Roundup on Saturday at the Billings Operations Center with a few items he wanted to dispose of.
Seated in her nearly bare dining room, Pat Karell talks about living happily in her Marguerite Boulevard home the last 21 years.
It may not be an attraction you’ll ever see advertised by the Chamber of Commerce, but cities and counties elsewhere in Montana and in Wyoming are looking to Billings as a possible destination for their garbage.